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Protests continue outside of the White House with demonstrators voicing their opposition to the murder of George Floyd by police and the overall climate of police brutality against Black people in the United States.

Trump's actions have indicated that he's not at all comfortable with protests at his front door.

The President was reportedly rushed to the White House's underground bunker on the first night of unrest. Since then, the White House has seen increasing numbers of militarized law enforcement officers from an array of units deployed to protect the White House.

The so-called People's House has also seen the construction of additional fencing around its gates.

The new fencing around the White House totals up to 1.8 miles of fencing.

Here's an interesting comparison.

A pillar of Trump's 2016 campaign was his promise to build a giant wall at the southern border that he believed would keep out undocumented immigrants.

The vast majority of financial allotments for this wall have been to repair already existing fencing. The President's and his allies have only managed to build three miles of new fencing in a little over three years.

That's just a bit more than the amount of fencing they've built around the White House in less than a week.

The mockery was swift.

Some say the fencing presents numerous foreboding possibilities.

Maybe the walls are closing in.