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The White House is the official seat of the United State's Executive branch and workplace of the President of the United States. It is a two-story white mansion in the heart of Washington D.C that serves as the highly secure residence of the President of the United States and the main headquarters of their administration.

History Edit

The White House has been rebuilt several times during the history of the United States, due to structural degradation from damage in warfare or from age.

Locations and Features Edit

Locations Edit

  • Oval Office