IVANKA Trump and Jared Kushner have sparked rumors they may be making a swift exit from DC after a moving truck was apparently spotted outside their home.
The picture emerged after violence broke out at the Capitol as members of Congress met to certify the US Presidential election on Wednesday.
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The photo, first shared on social media by Yahoo News correspondent Hunter Walker, appears to show an orange "college hunks" truck outside the couple's home.
"This photo was indeed from this morning at 11am," Walker wrote.
"Jared and Ivanka do indeed have the college hunks moving out their junk today."
Although the duo, both 39, had reportedly planned to move as Donald Trump is set to exit office when Joe Biden is sworn in on January 20, the truck appeared suddenly after violent riots on Capitol Hill yesterday.
Some users commented on the timing of the truck appearing outside the home, linking it with Biden's confirmation as the president-elect.
One user wrote: "Please tell me they were not seriously waiting to see how the electoral vote counting went yesterday before they decided to move. Please don’t tell me that."
"They put it off until today because they wanted to see how yesterday played out," another user speculated.
Shortly after the November, it was reported that the couple may be planning a move back to New York City.
The duo's friends, however, reportedly said the move to the Big Apple may be thwarted by political duties and friendships that were lost after Ms. Trump worked in her father's administration.
Last month, it was reported that Trump and Kushner were buying a $30milion plot on the Miami island known as "Billionaire Bunker."
The secluded, high-security Florida island is home to other famous residents, including model Adriana Lima and billionaire businessman Carl Icahn.
The truck picture came after Ivanka Trump on Wednesday received backlash for a tweet where she seemingly called Capitol rioters "American Patriots."
"American Patriots – any security breach or disrespect to our law enforcement is unacceptable," she wrote in a since-deleted tweet. "The violence must stop immediately.
CNN correspondent Kate Bennett then asked Trump if she were "saying these people are 'patriots' ??" as violent scenes erupted at the Capitol.
"No. Peaceful protest is patriotic. Violence is unacceptable and must be condemned in the strongest terms," Trump wrote.
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