White House fence covered in signs reminding Trump of slim reelection hopes

A temporary chain link fence constructed outside the White House before Election Day has been transformed into a colorful display of anti-Trump posters.

The signs plastered to the fence, which was built in anticipation of post-election unrest, mainly now convey to President Trump that his days at the White House seem numbered, with Joe Biden on the brink of winning the election.

“Eviction Notice” is written on a large pink poster board attached to the fence. “Remove Trump” and “Loser” are the messages of others.

Other similar signs were simply held up by people gathered outside the fence.

A woman draped in an American flag held a sign that read: “You’re fired!”

Trump, of early Saturday, is trailing Biden by 50 electoral votes.

Biden needs to win just one more state to surpass the 270 needed to win the presidency — and he’s leading in four of the remaining five battleground states that are yet to be called.

On Friday night, the former vice president predicted victory in a national address.

“We don’t have a final declaration of victory yet, but the numbers tell us a clear and convincing story: we’re going to win this race,” Biden said.

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