White House staffers were given departure instructions. Then they were told to disregard them.
White House staff received an email Tuesday evening with instructions on how to evacuate the building. Several outlets, including CBS News and Politico, report.
The memo states that employees will "check out" in the week of January 4th and it included information on all final paychecks for cleaning refrigerators and microwaves.
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On Wednesday morning, employees received another email asking them to ignore the previous message.
It is unclear exactly what sparked the change, although there is speculation that it is an attempt to appease President Trump who has not abandoned his Longshot offer to stay in the White House.
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