On Inauguration Day, a scene of “organized chaos” unfolds at the White House. The staff prepares for the “transfer of families.” Starting at 9:30 a.m., two teams work to move President Trump out and bring President Biden’s belongings in. The frantic process takes about six hours. Furniture is rearranged, repairs are made, and the kitchens are stocked with new groceries. The White House also gets a deep cleaning, which is especially important in this pandemic time. Staff scrub and sanitize all surfaces and wash the carpets. The living spaces and Oval Office are then decorated to the first family’s tastes.