Fire trucks and ambulances swarmed the White House on Monday morning after a caller told 911 dispatchers the building was on fire and someone was trapped inside in what appears to be a 'swatting' incident. The White House now appears to be the latest victim in the dangerous 'swatting' trend that is sweeping the country. A false 911 call on Monday morning reported the White House to be on fireThe call to the White House was traced to a fake number, a source told CNN. 'Fire in the White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue,' a DC dispatcher said at 7:04 am. Biden is scheduled to return to the White House on Monday afternoon after spending the better part of the day in Philadelphia for a service event in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.