In one of his latest contentions for a southern fringe divider, President Trump on Sunday erroneously asserted that the Washington home of previous president Barack Obama and Michelle Obama is encompassed by a 10-foot divider.

Trump’s tweet comes amidst an incomplete government shutdown, which was impelled Dec. 22 by Trump’s interest for $5 billion in subsidizing for a U.S.- Mexico fringe divider. He asserted that the “divider” around the Obamas’ house was important for the previous first couple’s “well being and security,” including that the United States needs a “somewhat bigger adaptation!”


Trump’s House in Washington DC. Credits: Washington Post


Trump’s declaration came as a shock to two of the Obamas’ neighbours Monday, who disclosed to The Washington Post that there is no such divider. The 8,200-square-foot structure, in spite of a few security highlights, is totally obvious from the road.

A neighbour, a long-lasting inhabitant of the zone who talked on the state of obscurity to protect their security, said Trump “has an extremely dynamic creative energy.”

[blockquote footer=” the neighbour said. “]There’s a fence that comes the front of the house, yet it’s equivalent to alternate neighbours have. It’s elegantly done. [/blockquote]

Obama house
A house in the Kalorama neighbourhood in Washington, DC is seen on May 26, 2016 where US President Barack Obama will reportedly live after he leaves office. Credits:


The previous president and first woman obtained the nine-room chateau for $8.1 million of every 2017, The Post recently revealed. It’s situated in the princely D.C. neighbourhood of Kalorama, which is likewise home to Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner. Amazon organizer Jeffrey P. Bezos, who claims

The Post, purchased the previous Textile Museum in the area for $23 million; it is being changed over into a solitary family home. Past occupants of the area have included previous head of states Woodrow Wilson, William Howard Taft, Warren G. Harding, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Herbert Hoover.

The Secret Service did not quickly react to a demand for input on Trump’s tweet and security dangers Monday morning.


A guard house added to the Obama's home
A guard house was also added to the home, which the Obamas purchased last year. But the house is visible from the streets as commented by one of his neighbours. Credits: Daily Mail


A representative for the Obamas declined to remark on Trump’s tweet, and the White House did not react to an email asking for more setting on Trump’s case that there is a divider around the property.

Another person living adjacent said that the Obamas’ house is “100% noticeable from the road.”

[blockquote footer=”-the individual said.”]There is no 10-foot divider in the front, back or sides of the house — and no divider is going up.[/blockquote]

An editorial manager at The Post who went to the home Monday morning noticed that piece of the road was closed off — neighbors state there are security checkpoints at either end of the road — yet affirmed that a divider was not obvious from their vantage point, either.

Donald Trump and Barack Obama
Obama does not have a 10-foot wall around his house. Credits: Complex

Trump kept on tweeting about his proposed divider Monday morning, condemning Democrats for dismissing the thought. The Senate affirmed a stopgap financing measure in late December that did not contain divider cash but rather would have kept the administration open until Feb. 8.

“They state it’s old innovation – yet so is the wheel,” Trump composed.” They currently state it is shameless yet it is undeniably increasingly improper for individuals to colour!”

Source: Washington Post, The Independent, Daily Mail and Democratic Underground

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