Last updated on April 19th, 2020 at 06:36 pm

As President Donald Trump comes over to take his Presidentship and serve the American people for the next 4 years he also comes to live in the White House with his family comprising of his third wife then now first lady Melania Trump and youngest son Barron Trump. President Trump was previously married to Ivana Trump and Marla Maples. With his two wives, he has four more kids. With Ivana Trump, President has Donald Trump Jr, Eric Trump, and Ivanka Trump while Tiffany Trump is his only child with Marla.

Additionally, Trump kids are all grown up as three of his children and happily married and settled with their life partners. Donald Jr is married to Vanessa Trump while Eric is married to Lara Yunaska. Ivanka Trump is also happily wedded to Jared Kushner.

While President is now staying with wife Melania and Barron there are some interesting facts we need to share with you about his residence for the next four years; the White House.

White House is a National Heritage Site possessed by the National Park Service and is a piece of the President’s Park.

The White House incorporates six stories and 55,000 ft² of floor space. The White House requires 570 gallons of paint to cover its outside surface.

There are 132 rooms, 32 washrooms, and 6 levels to suit every one of the general population who live in, work in, and visit the White House. There are likewise 412 entryways, 147 windows, 28 chimneys, 7 staircases, and 3 lifts.

Of all the spooky White House accounts out there, this is the one that truly sticks. Winston Churchill declined to remain in the Lincoln Bedroom after Abraham Lincoln‘s ghost appeared to him adjacent to the chimney as he was rising up out of a shower, completely bare.

The White House gets around 6,000 guests a day. General Public can ask for the White House to send them a welcome for a wedding, birth, commemorations, and different points of reference for nothing.

Every week the White House gets up to 30,000 guests and 65,000 letters, in addition to almost 3,500 telephone calls, 100,000 messages, and 1,000 faxes, apparently sent from a period when individuals still utilized them.

One of the rooms of White House.
One of the rooms of White House.

President George H.W. Bush gave out honors to White House staff members who dozed off amid gatherings with him.

President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama had a colony set up at the White House and had the gourmet specialists utilize a portion of the nectar to mix “White House Honey Ale” for the super bowl party. This is the initially recorded homebrew in White House history.

George Washington never lived in the White House. The manor was in the city named for Washington, and he had a major part in the official home’s creation. Yet, George passed away in late 1799, around one year before John Adams turned into the primary president to live in the building.

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The British blazed the first White House in 1814 after U.S. strengths set fire to Canada’s parliament. The celebrated Gilbert Stuart painting of George Washington was spared by an escaping Dolley Madison and some outsiders survived the fire.

The Red Room of the White House
The Red Room of the White House

A blast on Christmas Eve in 1929 gutted parts of the West Wing and Oval Office amid the Herbert Hoover organization. Hoover additionally quickly entered the Oval Office amid the fire, however, he was whisked away by the Secret Service. The blast was begun by a blocked chimney pipe.

Toward the finish of every month, the president gets a bill for his and his family’s close to home sustenance and coincidental costs including cleaning, toothpaste, and toiletries, which is then deducted from his $400,000 yearly compensation.

The Secret Service code for the president and his lady getting cozy in the residence is to say they’re “discussing the Bosnian problem.” So next time someone hears Trump and his loving wife Melania discussing Bosnia you know what it means.

There are many interesting places to visit down in the White house. Everyone is aware of the Bowling alley but there is also a situation room where the President deals with his advisors during a crisis. Along with that, there’s a flower shop, carpenter’s shop, and a dentist’s office too.

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