Vice President Kamala Harris is leaving her Washington, D.C. home — and cashing in big time.
Reports claim that she has finally listed her two-room residence for sale for the whopping sum of $1.995M — the home she’d been living in ever since she first served as a Senator from California in 2017, according to reports.
It’s her second big real estate move since moving to Washington, D.C. Harris also sold her San Francisco apartment for $860,000 — well above her original asking price.
But she won’t be going far.
New York Post reports that she will be moving from the Blair House to Number One Observatory Circle, the historic official home of U.S. Vice Presidents.
Harris and husband Douglas Emhoff had been living at the Blair House next to the White House while Number One Observatory Circle had been under renovation — something that reportedly “bothered” Harris shortly after her election victory.
CNN reports even claimed that they had been living out their “suitcases” to start her term.
The late March report claimed that it was largely unknown why the renovations had been taking so long, with one administration official close to her saying that “she is getting frustrated.” Since the report, the administration has provided no explanation, CNN says.
News of her official move comes on the heels of an incident outside of the U.S. Naval Observatory where Harris will be moving.
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The Horn News reported that a man was arrested just beyond the gates of her home with a rifle and ammunition.
Secret Service said the suspicious 31-year-old man was from San Antonio, Texas.
Harris is also making headlines after being officially dubbed the U.S.-Mexico border czar by President Joe Biden, although critics have pointed out that she hasn’t mentioned any public plans about how the White House will solve the ongoing border crisis.
But at least her bank account won’t be hurting.
The Horn editorial team