Ivanka Trump And Jared Kushner Barred Secret Service From Using Their Restrooms, Sent Them To Obama

The United States Secret Service agents assigned to guard first daugh­ter Ivanka Trump and hus­band Jared Kushner were forced to use a $3,000-per-month rental toi­let after the cou­ple barred them from using any of the six bath­rooms in their house.
The Washington Post reports that Secret Service agents were strict­ly for­bid­den from using any of the toi­lets in Jared and Ivanka’s house locat­ed in the élite Kalorama neigh­bor­hood in Washington D.C
This forced agents to find cre­ative ways to prop­er­ly relieve them­selves, includ­ing trips to for­mer President Barack Obama’s house, which is locat­ed in the same neigh­bor­hood, as well as rent­ing a porta-potty.
The agents final­ly found a per­ma­nent restroom when the gov­ern­ment spent $3,000 a month to rent out a base­ment stu­dio from one of Jared and Ivanka’s neighbors.
So far, the gov­ern­ment has spent more than $100,000 just to rent out the bathroom“A White House spokesper­son denied that Trump and Kushner restrict­ed agents from their 5,000-square-foot home, with its six bed­rooms and 6.5 bath­rooms, and assert­ed that it was the Secret Service’s deci­sion not to allow the pro­tec­tive detail inside,” the Post writes. “That account is dis­put­ed by a law enforce­ment offi­cial famil­iar with the sit­u­a­tion, who said the agents were kept out at the fam­i­ly’s request.”