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Who was the only president not to live in the White House?

A. George Washington

B. John Adams

C. Harry S. Truman

D. Theodore Roosevelt

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Answer: A, George Washington

George Washington died before the federal government moved in 1800 from Philadelphia to the village capital named in his honor. President Washington did select the site for the President’s House and gave his approval of the Georgian design for the mansion.

 

Source: whitehousehistory.org

Posted by FederalDaily Staff on Jul 07, 2016 at 2:11 PM


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