The White House appears to have a serious infestation problem

The White House appears to have a serious infestation problem

The White House appears to have a serious infestation problem

COCKROACHES and mice are running wild in the corridors of the White House, a shock report reveals today.

News 4 recently obtained hundreds of work orders and maintenance requests handled by the US General Services Administration. One work order addresses the issue of ants congregating around Chief of Staff John Kelly's office.

Trump's White House is crawling with vermin-and I'm not just referring to Stephen Miller, HA HA HA HA.

Maintenance staff members at the White House were asked to respond to reports of mice in both the White House Navy mess and in the Situation Room, according to NBC.

White House officials submitted hundreds of requests in 2017 for repairs, equipment and pest control to building administrators with the US General Services Administration (GSA), which helps manage maintenance needs in the West Wing and East Wing of the White House, according to the documents.

Some of the requests were more mundane in nature, including a redecoration of national security adviser H.R. McMaster's office and a new toilet seat for the Oval Office bathroom.

Former press secretary Sean Spicer requested new furniture and pictures for his office while Vice-President Mike Pence requested federal maintenance workers to refinish the legs of two "Martha Washington chairs".

The work-order logs were obtained by NBC Washington along with those from the past year of Barack Obama's administration.

A request was made to fix a door release button in the Situation Room while one was made for new curtains in the first lady's second-floor West Wing office.

'They are old buildings. "Any of us who have old houses know old houses need a lot of work".

Mr Miller said the maintenance of the White House was an "enormous job", partly due to the historic value of the site.

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