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White House Turns 2000

Two hundred years ago this week, a horse-drawn carriage arriving from Quincy, Massachusetts, pulled up to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., delivering President John Adams into the home then known as the President's house. Over the years, the White House has survived a fire and numerous renovations. Host Lisa Simeone talks with Gary Walters, Chief Usher of the White House.

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