Moving truck from ‘College Hunks Hauling Junk’ is spotted outside of Ivanka and Jared’s DC home

On Thursday, just 24 hours after a MAGA mob besieged the U.S. Capitol, boxes of Salvation Army donation boxes were spotted in Jared Kuschner and Ivanka Trump’s Washington DC home.

The picture was first shared on Twitter by Yahoo reporter Hunter Walker and appeared to suggest the couple could seek a swift exit from the country’s capital ahead of Joe Biden’s inauguration on Jan. 20.

A source later told DailyMail.com that the moving companies were collecting clothes to be donated to the Salvation Army and that they had planned to pick them up for some time.

The photo, which Walker said was taken by a friend at 11 a.m. this morning, showed a man coming out of Javanka’s garage and clutching a row of cardboard boxes.

The mover, who apparently worked for College Hunks Hauling Junk & Moving company, was seen hauling the boxes to a bright orange truck that had the company’s name emblazoned on it.

‘The question I have is which one of [Jared and Ivanka] wanted the “college hunks” to make the move, “Walker mused in a tweet.

The photo, which Walker said was taken by a friend at 11 a.m. on Thursday, showed a man walking out of Javanka’s garage and clutching a row of cardboard boxes

It's unclear whether Jared and Ivanka will actually move out (together in November), although the picture suggests they are preparing to quickly exit the capital.  A source confirmed to DailyMail.com that they were donating clothing to the Salvation Army

It’s unclear whether Jared and Ivanka will actually move out (together in November), although the picture suggests they are preparing to quickly exit the capital. A source confirmed to DailyMail.com that they were donating clothing to the Salvation Army

Jared and Ivanka's home in DC in the prestigious Kalorama neighborhood is pictured above.  They moved into the $ 5 million property in 2017 and rented it for around $ 15,000 a month

Jared and Ivanka’s home in DC in the prestigious Kalorama neighborhood is pictured above. They moved into the $ 5 million property in 2017 and rented it for around $ 15,000 a month

Other social media users were also quick to mock the couple’s potential exit from the country’s capital.

“Hauling junk” seems appropriate, “replied one user.” Better not even think about going back to NYC.

“Hauling trash. Probably incriminating documents, ”wrote another.

Others, however, were amused by the name of the company the couple had recruited.

“College Hunks hauling trash? Is this the service the government uses to relocate people? ‘Joe Flint, a reporter for the Wall Street Journal, wrote.

It’s unclear whether the couple will officially move out of DC, less than two weeks from Biden’s inauguration.

College Hunks Hauling Junk also offers unwanted item collection and disposal, as well as removal services, according to its website.

The couple, both senior advisors to President Trump, moved to the mansion in Washington’s prestigious Kalorama neighborhood in 2017, shortly after Ivanka’s father took office.

The couple have reportedly rented the $ 5 million home for around $ 15,000 a month since then.

First daughter Ivanka Trump, 38, and her daughter Arabella Kushner, 9, Jared Kushner leaves his Washington home

The couple have reportedly been struggling to make friends since they moved to the district from NYC (both pictured above leaving their DC homes in September and November, respectively).

College Hunks Hauling Junk also offers unwanted item collection and disposal services

College Hunks Hauling Junk also offers unwanted item collection and disposal services

According to the New York Times, the couple has reportedly had a difficult time making friends since they moved to DC from NYC.

Her decision to enroll her two oldest children in the Milton Gottesman Jewish Day private elementary school is believed to have shared the opinions of other parents at the school in 2017.

Tensions heightened late last year after Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court was announced in the Rose Garden of the White House.

The event, which featured few masks and an apparent disregard for social distancing protocol, was later labeled a widespread event after dozens of west wing employees tested positive for COVID-19, including President Trump, who later was hospitalized.

Parents reportedly were in an uproar at school after Ivanka and Jared allegedly did not cooperate when administrators questioned them about possible exposure and allegedly refused to respond the last time their children saw Donald Trump. Your youngest is said to have attended personal courses at this time.

Amid the effects, on October 19, the family withdrew their children from school and enrolled them in another in nearby Rockville.

The following month, Joe Biden was announced as the 2020 election winner, making Trump a one-term president and sparking speculation about where Javanka would go next.

Initial reports after the election indicated the couple had sought a triumphant return to the socialite scene in New York City.

While the couple own a $ 4.1 million apartment on Park Avenue in Manhattan, Ivanka’s best friend Georgina Bloomberg – daughter of Mike Bloomberg – said any return after her father’s tumultuous four years could prove “socially difficult for Javanka “turn out.

Brand management mogul Donny Deutsch agreed, telling the Times, “In a strange way, they’ll have a harder time than Trump himself [returning to New York]. It is despicable, but bigger than life. These two are the unfortunate henchmen who went with you. ‘

There have been rumors about where the couple will be moving after Trump's tenure in the White House

There have been rumors about where the couple will be moving after Trump’s tenure in the White House

Within a few weeks, documents were uncovered suggesting the couple were considering the option of permanent Garden State residency instead.

The couple reportedly had plans in late November to introduce local officials to a major upgrade of their “cottage,” located on the grounds of Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster.

Her plans reportedly include an expanded master bedroom, bathroom and dressing room, two new bedrooms, a study, and a porch on the ground floor – cozy additions that suggest the property could become her permanent home.

While it remains unclear what specific intentions were behind the expansion, Javanka is said to have later bought a stunning $ 31.8 million piece of land along Miami’s ‘Billionaire Bunker’.

The property in question is in Indian Creek, a very exclusive neighborhood with beautiful water views and lots of privacy.

The island has only 34 houses, around 42 residents and its own private 13-person police force.

Local authorities conduct onshore patrols around the island and a 24/7 armed naval patrol monitors the waters around the island.

Every Indian Creek home is built around the island to ensure that all residents have a view of the water, while in the middle is the luxurious Indian Creek Country Club and an 18-hole golf course.

The couple have yet to officially confirm their plans for life after the White House.

President Trump has yet to speak publicly about it, despite officially moving his residence from New York to Florida, with a move to his Mar-a-Lago property likely.

Last year it was reported that Ivanka and Jared were showing blueprints to city officials in Bedminster, New Jersey, for her

Last year it was reported that Ivanka and Jared were showing blueprints to city officials in Bedminster, New Jersey, to expand their “cottage” (see above) on the grounds of Trump National Golf Club

Javanka is said to have later purchased a stunning $ 31.8 million piece of land along Miami's 'Billionaire Bunker'.

Javanka is said to have later purchased a stunning $ 31.8 million piece of land along Miami’s ‘Billionaire Bunker’.

The island has only 34 houses, around 42 residents and its own private 13-person police force

The island has only 34 houses, around 42 residents and its own private 13-person police force

Ivanka Trump came under fire on Wednesday for calling the mob that infiltrated the US Capitol “American patriots” in a hastily deleted tweet.

‘[A]Any security breach or disregard by our law enforcement agencies is unacceptable, ”she tweeted to the mob. ‘The violence must stop immediately. Please be peaceful. ‘

Ivanka went back to herself after deleting the post and responded to a user who asked if she called the mob “patriots”: “No. Peaceful protest is patriotic.”

President Trump was at the center of a political firestorm on Wednesday and Thursday. Numerous high profile politicians on both sides of the political corridor – including Nancy Pelosi, Adam Kinzinger and Chuck Schumer – have called for him to be removed from office with immediate effect.

Trump was largely accused of instructing the mob to carry out the siege on Wednesday, which killed four people and arrested 52 people.

Throughout Thursday, politicians called on Mike Pence to pass the 25th amendment and end Trump’s presidency early.

What happened in the US Capitol yesterday was an uprising against the United States instigated by the President. This president should not stay in office for a day, “said Schumer in a statement. “The quickest and most effective way – this can be done today – to remove this President from office is for the Vice-President to immediately invoke the 25th amendment.

“If the vice president and cabinet refuse to stand, Congress should meet again to indict the president,” he said.

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