Nov 1, 2018

[Answer] Who was the first American President to live in the White House?

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...When George Washington took the oath of office in 1789, there was not yet a permanent residence for the chief executive. Although President Washington oversaw the construction of the house, he never lived in it. On this day in 1800, President John Adams, the second President of the United States, became the first president to occupy the White House. John and Abigail Adams lived in what she called “the great castle” for only five months. Shortly after they moved in, Thomas Jefferson defeated Adams in his bid for re-election.




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John Adams:


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