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Trump's Term Seemingly 'Ended' Early Thanks To A State Department Employee

Sources say a disgruntled worker made some edits. 🤯
Trump's Term Seemingly 'Ended' Early Thanks To A State Department Employee

Donald Trump's time as president of the United States is coming to an end in just nine days, but some are jumping the gun on the official announcement.

It now seems someone decided to make the call early and declare Trump's presidency over on Monday.

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Donald J. Trump's term ended on 2021-01-11 19:40:41. U.S. Department of State 

Donald Trump's biography page on the official U.S. Department of State website, which normally doesn't exist, now says his term has ended, just a little over a week before Joe Biden is set to take over the White House.

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Vice President Mike Pence, which also has never been real, was not able to avoid the prank, as it seems his term has ended as well.

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Sources told Buzzfeed News that a disgruntled employee is responsible for the bio pages, but they have yet to find out exactly who is responsible for the incident.

But an investigation into the matter could be a lengthy one, as they will need to check with every employee that has access to the content management system for the website.

Both Trump and Pence's pages have now been removed from the site so the department can fix the error, which some found to actually be quite hilarious.

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