White House staff are preparing for the whirlwind moving day where they will have just six hours to move out Obamas and move in the new First Family.
While president-elect Donald Trump delivers his inauguration speech on January 20, nearly 100 staffers will be frantically making the 132-room mansion ready for the Trumps.
From 10.30am, staff will begin moving the Obamas belongings into waiting trucks on the South Lawn, and moving the Trump family's items inside.
'It's more like organized chaos,' Chief White House usher Stephen Rochon admitted to CNN. 'We have one truck at the South Lawn that belongs to the outgoing president and first family facing south, and the incoming truck facing north toward the White House is on the east side of the south grounds.
While Donald Trump is being sworn in as as the 45th president of the United States of America, staffers will be rushing to move out the Obamas's possessions and move his into the White House.
Image: Movers at the White House during Obama's 2009 inauguration speech).