The Wall Street Journal: ‘Don’s Johns’ label taped over on Trump inauguration portable toilets

Questions trickled in on Friday: Who taped over the names of the portable toilets in the nation’s capital? Why did they do it?

A week before the inauguration workers armed with rolls of blue masking tape covered the logos of the green plastic facilities trucked in for inauguration weekend festivities, toilets prominently displaying the name of local portable-toilet powerhouse “Don’s Johns.”

The Architect of the Capitol, who is in part responsible for the inauguration’s infrastructure, said in a statement Friday that the taping was done to comply with prohibitions against advertising on the Capitol grounds.

“Our staff determined that the Gene’s Johns signs can be easily peeled off,” said Justin Kieffer, spokesman for the architect’s office.

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