Trump’s aides begin packing up at White House

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Aides of President Donald have begun clearing their desks at the White House ahead of Wednesday’s inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.

Already, 20,000 National Guard troops have descended upon Washington to protect the capital from pro- protests expected in the coming days.

Some ’s aides were seen removing a bust of President Abraham Lincoln from the West Wing.

Assistant to the president Peter Navarro was also seen carrying a framed photograph out of the White House on Wednesday, despite his insistence that had won the election.

“The Democratic Party did to this country by attacking a president who I believe was legally elected on November 3,” Navarro said in an interview Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo.

While himself has yet to acknowledge that Biden won the election, on Wednesday he called on his to refrain from violence.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Justice have issued alerts about armed protests by leading up to Biden’s inauguration on Jan. 20.

The Pentagon will not host a farewell tribute to Trump, as is customary for an outgoing commander in chief, Defense One reported Thursday.

The Nation