There's a Secret Message on the New White House Website | 22 Words

A secret coded message has been discovered on the new White House website and it's very intriguing.

Read on to see what it has to say...

President Joe Biden has only been living in the White House for 2 days now...

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And he's already made some major changes.

From climate change to the handling of the pandemic...

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Some of Donald Trump's policies have already been swiftly reversed.

So much so...

That an eagle-eyed Microsoft developer spotted a hidden message on the new White House website.

Now, the historical inauguration that took place on Wednesday this week has been anticipated for a very long time.

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After a long and grueling 2020 election battle between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican Donald Trump, Biden was the one who came out in full force after 4 days of counting the electoral votes.

He was projected as the forty-sixth president of the United States...

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And Democrats from all across the country immediately began celebrating Biden's success.

This was a history-changing win...

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Because not only did Biden receive the most votes ever in a presidential election (81,284,000 votes, to be precise), but his vice president, Kamala Harris, is the first-ever woman to be elected into office - and not to mention her being a woman of color!

Of course, Donald Trump wasn't at all happy about this win...

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And even though he repeatedly insisted that he was the one who really won the election while trying to take legal action, it was all to little avail.

Because Biden and Harris were officially sworn into office on Wednesday this week...

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And as President Biden said himself, "it is a new day for America."

The inauguration day was as amazing as we'd expected...

​And alongside Biden and Harris' family, a whole range of politicians and star-studded guests were there to witness the occasion.

There were performances from the likes of Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, and poet Amanda Gorman...

And Katy Perry finished the celebrations with a stunning performance of "Fireworks" outside of the White House.

It was an undoubtedly emotional day...

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And the prospect of change is, of course, warmly welcomed by millions.

Just a few hours after being inaugurated, President Biden was immediately getting to work...

And he signed seventeen executive actions, fifteen of which will be will be major reversals from Trump's policies.

He has signed off orders covering subjects such as the pandemic, race, gender equality, and of course, the reversal of Trump's Muslim ban...

Including setting a "100 days mask challenge" across the country to encourage citizens to wear face masks in public spaces.

It's all looking very hopeful so far...

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But someone has just noticed something very unexpected about the new White House website.

WhiteHouse.gov is now live following Biden's takeover...

And on Wednesday, an eagle-eyed Microsoft developer, Isaac Hepworth, spotted a surprise employee recruitment message embedded in the site's back end.

Well, people have been left feeling very impressed with the website's hidden message...

Especially those who are studying source coding!

"If you're reading this, we need your help building back better," the missive reads, followed by a link to the United States Digital Service (USDS) job application page.

As part of the Executive Office, the agency is charged with consulting on information technology with lawmakers and works to provide better digital services to citizens.

The USDS was established in 2014 to help bring antiquarian technologies in the US government up to speed, so to speak.

In a statement published Jan. 14, it wrote, "Since we were founded by the President in 2014, over 500 people have served, modernizing government, shifting culture, and showing what's possible. Nearly eighty percent of our staff have joined during this administration to try and make a difference in people's lives."

So, if you fancy working for Biden's government...

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You now know where to look!

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