Monday, April 19, 2021
Monday, April 19, 2021

‘Disgruntled employee’ altered State Department website to claim President Trump’s term ended Jan. 11

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The United States Department of State showed on Monday that President Donald Trump’s term in office ended today, and Your Content has learned officials believe a ‘disgruntled employee’ made the illegal alteration.

The Government website says the President’s term ‘ended on 2021-01-11′ at ’19:49:00’.

The same goes for Vice President Mike Pence, claiming the officials’ terms come to an end at 7:49 p.m. tonight.



Your Content has requested comment from the State Department; the White House has referred requests to the State Department, who confirmed the date was ‘mistaken’ and an investigation has been launched into the culprit.

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The URL path on the State Department website leads to a “biographies” page, which includes only the biographies of members on the U.S.-Pakistan Women’s Council. There is no link to the president’s biography from that page.

This is a developing breaking news story. It will be updated momentarily.

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