After Trump called the White House a dump, it's being renovated. Here are photos of it 'under construction'

That's wild, you can't even see all the new listening devices.

Above, the Oval Office of the White House sits emptied of all furniture, carpet and other decor during renovations at the White House in Washington.

And yes, that's former White House spokesliar Sean Spicer in a photo below, mugging with a very old thermostat.

IMAGES: Reuters, Jim Bourg.

Former White House Press Secretary and Communications Director Sean Spicer jokingly checks the temperature on a very old thermometer mounted outside the windows of the Oval Office. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

Construction workers carry out their work. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

The Oval Office of the White House is seen through a ventilation hole in temporary construction walls. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

Construction storage pods are staged along West Executive Drive beside the West Wing. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

A uniformed Secret Service officer stands guard at the closed main entrance to the West Wing. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

Construction workers lay carpet on a ramp from the West Wing offices to the White House colonnade. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

Construction workers pull new rolls of carpet out of a truck to take them into the West Wing offices. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

Construction cranes are set up while President Donald Trump is away on vacation from the White House. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

Former White House Press Secretary and Communications Director Sean Spicer wraps himself in tape as he takes photos of the Oval Office. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

Loading...