(Washington, DC) The White House has had its first major renovation in decades in response to the increasing number of legal representatives who need to be there round the clock providing advice to their clients.
With Vice President Mike Pence and now the President himself having retained private counsel in addition to all the attorneys already on site advising other members of the administration, conditions in the building were simply becoming too cramped.
The decision was taken to add a whole new floor to the White House that will provide just enough space to accommodate everyone’s legal representation if the lawyers double up in offices, which they have reluctantly agreed to.
“Otherwise we’d be looking at adding two new floors, which raises structural concerns.”
Though the addition is temporary, it was designed to fit in as well as possible with the permanent structure. Architects say it can be easily removed as soon as there is an administration in place that doesn’t require every single member of the executive to have their own private attorney.
“We’re ready to take it down at a moment’s notice, just as soon as Robert Mueller and the American public get the Impeachment over with.”