Trump Created So Much Tension in Washington, Even Sledding at the Capitol Is Barred

Trump Created So Much Tension in Washington, Even Sledding at the Capitol Is Barred

Washington is still standing after the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol and the Jan. 20 Inauguration of President Joe Biden. After the 1995 bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City, the Secret Service shut down the section of Pennsylvania Avenue directly to the north of the White House, but pedestrians and bikes could still pass. Elsewhere, throughout Washington, additional security measures were adopted, but it’s still a pretty accessible city when you consider just how much power is concentrated in a relatively small space. So is the lawn between the White House and the Washington Monument, the place probably best known for hosting the National Christmas Tree and National Menorah. Instead, the real walls Trump brought into creation might be the ones surrounding government office buildings and previously public parks.

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