- A moving truck was spotted outside of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s Washington, DC mansion on Thursday.
- The truck — a College Hunks Hauling Junk vehicle — could very well just be for trash disposal, but could also suggest that the couple is on the move.
- The pair reportedly dropped $32 million on an empty lot on a high-security private island in Miami last month.
- Known as Miami’s “Billionaire Bunker,” the tony private island Indian Creek boasts its own police force and a number of ultrawealthy residents, which may soon include the president’s daughter and son-in-law.
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Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump have been living in a 7,000 square-foot mansion in the ritzy Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, DC since early 2017. The residence reportedly costs them $15,000 per month in rent and features modern finishes and sky-high ceilings.
Weeks before Joe Biden’s inauguration, they might be moving out of it.
Hunter Walker, a DC-based reporter for Yahoo News, posted a photo to Twitter on Thursday, showing what appears to be a moving truck outside the couple’s Kalorama home.
—Hunter Walker (@hunterw) January 7, 2021
The vehicle in question, a bright orange truck emblazoned with the well-known College Hunks Hauling Junk brand, could very well just amount to the couple getting rid of unwanted items – but could also signal that the couple is gearing up to leave DC following Wednesday’s insurrection.
Trump received extensive criticism for a tweet during the insurrection that appeared to refer to rioters as “American patriots,” which she quickly deleted.
Last month, Kushner and Trump reportedly dropped $32 million on an empty lot in Miami’s “Billionaire Bunker,” tony private island Indian Creek. The island boasts its own police force and a number of superstar residents – the couple bought the property from Julio Iglesias.
The list includes Kushner’s brother Joshua and his wife, supermodel Karlie Kloss, who reportedly bought a $23.5 million mansion nearby in August. Both properties are within an hour-and-a-half drive of “the winter White House,” Mar-a-Lago, where President Donald Trump is expected to decamp following the end of his term.
The White House didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider.