Movers were spotted carrying boxes filled with donations for the Salvation Army out of Jared Kuschner and Ivanka Trump’s Washington DC home on Thursday, just 24 hours after a MAGA mob laid siege to the US Capitol Building.
The image was first shared to Twitter by Yahoo reporter Hunter Walker and seemed to suggest the couple could be seeking to make a swift exit from the nation’s capital ahead of Joe Biden’s inauguration on January 20.
A source later told DailyMail.com that the movers were collecting clothes to be donated for the Salvation Army and they’d planned the pick-up for some time.
The picture, which Walker said was taken by a friend at 11 am this morning, showed a man walking out of Javanka’s garage clutching a series of cardboard boxes.
The mover, who appeared to be working for the company ‘College Hunks Hauling Junk & Moving’, was seen hauling the boxes toward a bright orange truck emblazoned with the company’s name.
‘The question I have is which one of [Jared and Ivanka] wanted the “college hunks” to do the move,’ Walker mused in a tweet.
Other social media users were also quick to mock the couple’s potential exit from the nation’s capital.
‘“Hauling Junk” seems appropriate,’ one user responded. ‘They’d better not even THINK about heading back to NYC.’
‘Hauling junk. Probably incriminating documents,’ wrote another.
Others, meanwhile, drew amusement from the name of the company the couple had enlisted.
‘College Hunks Hauling Junk? Is that the service the government uses to relocate people?’ Wall Street Journal reporter Joe Flint wrote.
It’s unclear if the couple is officially moving out of DC just yet, with less than two weeks until Biden’s inauguration.
College Hunks Hauling Junk also offers services to collect and discard unwanted items, as well as removal services, according to its website.
The couple, who are both senior advisers to President Trump, moved into the stately home in Washington’s esteemed Kalorama neighborhood in 2017, shortly after Ivanka’s father was sworn into office.
Valued at $5 million, the couple have reportedly been renting the home for around $15,000 per month ever since.