Here’s what we know: In 2017, Obama purchased a D.C. mansion in Kalorama for $8.1 million. Since the purchase of the property, the Obamas have added many security measures to the mansion. These security measures do include a high-tech guard tower and a tall pilloried wall near the front of the property; this allows Secret Service agents to have control over home entry. At this time, there are not any clear-cut accounts of reported security measures.
Following the president’s tweet, The Daily Caller traveled to Obama’s D.C. neighborhood to learn more about the “ten-foot wall.” Upon their travels, the foundation learned that Obama doesn’t have one wall. Instead, the former president has many walls and several different barricades.
Moreover, the Obamas have armed guards blocking the road entry to where they live. To be more specific, there are several iron and cement barricades which cut off the roads to the mansion. There are also Secret Service cars and agents which block people from coming within 1000 ft of road stretches on both sides of the home.
When The Daily Caller requested to use the sidewalk to walk to the Obamas’ home, Secret Service expressly told them no. To be more specific, the agents noted that that they “would be forced to stop [them]” if they attempted to do so.
To make a long story short, the quest to learn whether or not Obama has a ten-foot wall along his mansion was sabotaged by the plethora of other walls which shield the mansion from the outside world.
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Gabrielle Seunagal is a full-time writer. Some of her favorite subjects to write about include politics, cybersecurity, and current events. When Gabrielle is not advancing her writing career, she is reading, traveling, or studying martial arts.