A moving truck has been spotted parked outside the White House, where Barack Obama and his family will live and work for just two more weeks.
The truck was parked on West Executive Avenue, a street inside the White House gates and situated in-between the Eisenhower Executive Office Building and the White House.
It's that time... pic.twitter.com/pRFqPGMMvU— Michelle Kosinski (@MKosinskiCNN) January 4, 2017
Obama is expected to move not too far from the White House, intentionally keeping a presence in Washington, D.C. as his legacy is on the line.
According to a report, White House staffers will also remain in the mix. Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Georgetown are assuring that White House staffers find jobs after Barack Obama leaves office.
Facebook and Instagram leaders are advising staffers on the current job market, while LinkedIn officials are helping with resumes and marketing their skills to major media organizations. Georgetown University is offering a career development program called “Future44,” named after Obama’s service as the 44th president. The program has hosted 271 White House staffers so far.