At some point over the weekend, a small hole appeared on the North Lawn of the White House, just beyond the fence frequently passed by those trekking to and from the press briefing room. So, as you might imagine, it caught the eye of plenty of folks who are literally paid to be curious for a living. According to Voice of America reporter Steve Herman, it got noticeably bigger between Sunday and Monday, and was even bigger on Tuesday. He also said a second one opened up right next to it, per a report by Quartz.
In terms of a geological phenomenon, sinkholes are actually pretty common, but the fact that one has appeared so close to the abode of the Commander-In-Chief has plenty of people cracking wise about what it could mean. Specifically, Twitter has been awash with riffs on how it may be a physical manifestation of the whole "Drain the Swamp" movement, among other metaphors.