Kamala Harris is living at the Blair House, which is right across from the White House on Pennsylvania Ave. It has been described as “the world’s most exclusive hotel.”
“The property contains 119 rooms, including 14 guest bedrooms and 35 bathrooms, among other functional spaces. At 70,000 square feet, Blair House is larger than the White House,” the General Services Administration says on its webpage.
According to a report, it's just not good enough for Vice President Kamala Harris.
Although Harris took office back in January, she has yet to move into the vice president's mansion. This is due to rennovations being done. CNN took things as far as saying the couple is "living out of suitcases."
Kamala's 'frustrated' living at Blair House as VP mansion is renovated https://t.co/ygKPo9AL7C
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) March 28, 2021
“Harris — along with her husband, Georgetown Law professor Douglas Emhoff — is still, ostensibly, living out of suitcases, unable to move into the private residence reserved for the vice president because it’s still undergoing renovations,” CNN reported.
“It’s a situation that has left Harris increasingly and understandably bothered, according to several people who spoke to CNN about her situation. ‘She is getting frustrated,’ said another administration official, noting with each passing day the desire to move in to her designated house — a stately, turreted mansion two-and-a-half miles from the White House — grows more intense,” said CNN.
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