Workers discharge pallets of unfolded boxes at the Executive Office Building on the White House premises in Washington, U.S., January 13, 2021.
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Stacks of empty boxes were provided to the White House premises Wednesday while the clock continues to tick down for the Trump administration.
The pallets of cardboard boxes were provided to the Eisenhower Executive Office Building as the Biden administration is set to take workplace in a week, on Jan. 20. Most of the workplaces in the structure are for White House team member.
The Biden administration intends on a deep cleansing of the White House itself.
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Government agreements and order examined by NBC News reveal that the expense of the extra cleansing amounts to almost a half-million dollars.
The top-to-bottom cleansing, which CNN initially reported, is above and beyond what usually happens throughout the well-choreographed house changeover carried out by White House ushers, butlers and housemaids, and it follows numerous break outs of the coronavirus on White House premises.
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The State Department revealed Wednesday that Biden will remain at Blair House the night prior to the inauguration, which President Donald Trump has actually stated he will not participate in.
“As is customary, the White House offered use of the Blair House for Jan. 19th, and it was accepted,” a State Department representative stated.
Trump is anticipated move down to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida after he leaves workplace.
Dareh Gregorian is a politics press reporter for NBC News.