Trump administration staffers receive departure instructions

According to an email from the White House Administration Office, the President's Executive Office was informed on Tuesday that they would be "leaving" in the week of January 4th.
The memo received from POLITICO also included information on pay slips, benefits, sick leave, work records, ethics review and safety clearance for departing employees.
Employees were informed that they would receive a “comprehensive checklist” in the coming days and instructed to “take stock of your office space”.
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The memo also included: "Clean your refrigerator and microwave" and return "all White House stationery" and "Presidential gifts". Working material "will be disinfected on return," says the memo.
The White House internal announcement contradicts the ongoing public efforts of President Donald Trump and his top staff to reverse the outcome of the 2020 election.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows reportedly visited Georgia Tuesday to watch local officials scrutinize the signatures of postal voting envelopes - a process the president called for as part of his bid to reverse the battlefield state's election results.
And on Tuesday evening Trump thought in a video message posted on Twitter that maybe the next government “will be me”.
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