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It also marks the official end of his post-presidential transition period, meaning the government will cease to provide Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence with funding for staff and office space to wrap up their official transition duties. Read more: Documents reveal how Trump is spending taxpayer money on his post-presidential offices — from printer toner to Stephen Miller's salaryAll members of Trump's transition team will be offboarded on July 21, according to GSA, but some of them will be onboarded on July 22 as members of the former president's official post-presidency staff. Regardless of how Trump spends his first year out of office, he's still entitled to all the trappings of former US presidents, including federal funding for staff, lifetime Secret Service protection, and a government pension. Read more: Exclusive documents show which Pence aides are still getting government paychecksOn his way out of office, Trump issued a directive to extend Secret Service protection for six months to his four adult children and three outgoing administration officials: former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, and former national security advisor Robert C.

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