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US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump greet trick or treaters during a Halloween celebration at the White House in Washington, DC, on October 25, 2020. - Due to Covid-19 the President and First Lady did not hand out actual candy to children, bags of goodies were set up on tables off to the sides of the event that families picked up individually. (Photo by Olivier DOULIERY / AFP) (Photo by OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images)

The Mandatory White House Fire Sale, Everyone Must Go! (10 Things The Trumps Aren’t Taking With Them)

The clock is ticking. It won’t be long until Donald and Melania Trump are escorted out of the White House, tails between their legs. OK, they probably won’t leave like that. It will be more like kicking and screaming. But come Jan. 20, 2021, they’ll need a forwarding address because new blood by the name of Joe and Jill Biden are moving into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

No matter where they go from here, the Trumps will have to downsize. That means they’ll be dumping a ton of stuff that once filled the White House. We’ve been imagining what a presidential yard sale might look like and the items one would encounter there. From the ridiculous to the practical, these are the 10 things the Trumps aren’t taking with them.

Cover Photo: OLIVIER DOULIERY / Contributor (Getty Images)

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