Obamas moving out from the White House
Washington : Obamas are leaving! Yes, the First Family have just less than two weeks left to move out of the White House. President Obama will step down from office on January 20 and will make way for President-elect Donald Trump.
Moving trucks have been spotted outside the White House as Obamas prepare for life after the presidency.
The Obamas have been calling White House their home for the past eight years. All in the family- Michelle, Malia, Sasha and Barack will be surely left teary eyed once they leave their house.
After serving two terms, Obama and his family will make way for the President-elect Donald Trump on January 20, the day he is sworn in.
On Wednesday, preparations were already underway for the move after the truck was seen parked outside the White House on West Executive Street.
The street is within the White House gates and is close to the Eisenhower Executive Office and the West Wing.
Maryland-based company Moving Masters Inc have escribed themselves as a 'commercial moving and storage company' and their vehicles are decorated with the slogan 'It's your move, call the masters.'
Next Obamas are expected to relocate to Kalorama neighbourhood of Washington D.C. However, it is unclear exactly what the company were moving and where it was being taken.
The decision to stay in Washington by Obamas has been prompted by their struggle of not to interrupt their younger daughter Sasha’s time at high school. The 14-year-old is a student at Sidwell Friends School, where fees are $39,360 a year.
The Elder daughter Malia will be in the middle of a year off when they leave the White House. She is then going to study at Harvard.
Meanwhile, the White House staff will get only 6 hours to adjust between the Obamas and the new First Family.
Interestingly, during president-elect Donald Trump inauguration speech, nearly 100 staffers will be frantically making the 132-room mansion ready for the Trumps.