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Work continues on the 2009 inaugural stands outside of the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue - Washington DC, USA - Monday 8th December 2008

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The Newseum is polling guests asking them to vote with coins which dog president elect obama should choose for his daughters. Obama promised his daughters a dog if they moved to the White House. The dog needs to be an allergic free breed. One of the daughters has a dog allergy.

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Construction on a reviewing stand in front of the White House continues in preparations for the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Barack Obama, which will take place in Washington DC on 20th January 2009, a day after Dr. Martin Luther King Day. - Washington DC, USA - Wednesday 26th November 2008

greets Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts touring the White House in the Briefing Room - Washington DC, USA - Monday 17th November 2008

gave the daily press briefing at the White House to many foreign journalist on hand to cover the G20 Financial Summit this weekend - Washington DC, USA - Friday 14th November 2008

who is back working after a long illness. She was on hand for the daily press briefing at the White House to many foreign journalist on hand to cover the G20 Financial Summit this weekend - Washington DC, USA - Friday 14th November 2008

departs the White House to board his helicopter to attend to official business before his much anticipated meeting with president-elect Barack Obama later that morning - Washington DC, USA - Monday 10th November 2008

Construction on a reviewing stand in front of the White House has begun in preparations for the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Barack Obama, which will take place in Washington DC on 20th January 2009, a day after Dr. Martin Luther King Day. - Washington DC, USA - Monday 10th November 2008

President George W. Bush addressed his staff and administration on the South Lawn of the White House stating that he will meet his successor, president-elect Barack Obama next week to discuss the Wall Street bailout, the shape of the economy and the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Bush reiterated earlier sentiments that he will make sure Obama's transition into the White House is swift and professional - Washington DC, USA - Thursday 6th November 2008

President George W. Bush addressed his staff and administration on the South Lawn of the White House stating that he will meet his successor, president-elect Barack Obama next week to discuss the Wall Street bailout, the shape of the economy and the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Bush reiterated earlier sentiments that he will make sure Obama's transition into the White House is swift and professional - Washington DC, USA - Thursday 6th November 2008

President George W. Bush addressed his staff and administration on the South Lawn of the White House stating that he will meet his successor, president-elect Barack Obama next week to discuss the Wall Street bailout, the shape of the economy and the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Bush reiterated earlier sentiments that he will make sure Obama's transition into the White House is swift and professional - Washington DC, USA - Thursday 6th November 2008

President George W. Bush addressed his staff and administration on the South Lawn of the White House stating that he will meet his successor, president-elect Barack Obama next week to discuss the Wall Street bailout, the shape of the economy and the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Bush reiterated earlier sentiments that he will make sure Obama's transition into the White House is swift and professional - Washington DC, USA - Thursday 6th November 2008

addressed his staff and administration on the South Lawn of the White House stating that he will meet his successor, president-elect Barack Obama next week to discuss the Wall Street bailout, the shape of the economy and the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Bush reiterated earlier sentiments that he will make sure Obama's transition into the White House is swift and professional - Washington DC, USA - Thursday 6th November 2008

delivered a speech from the Rose Garden a day after the American people made history by choosing Barack Obama as their 44th president. Bush stated that he will make the transition to the White House as smooth as possible for president-elect Obama - Washington DC, USA - Wednesday 5th November 2008

departs from the White House on Marine One - Washington DC, USA - Friday 10th October 2008

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