Where does the secret service live in the White House?
The secret service does not live in the White House. Actually it would be more appropriate to say that secret service agents do not live in the White House.
The US Secret Service is tasked with Presidential security and there are numerous agents on duty at all times, at the white house and wherever the president is or will soon be. Like any other job, when the agents are not on duty, they go home to their families. If they are traveling with the president then they are provided with hotel rooms.
The members of the secret service live in the White House. The Vice president lives in the White House. The presidents body guards. The presidents cabin members. The presidents house keepers. (I'm pretty sure that's all)
# Technically the only other people that live in the white house are members of the secret service. However, many other people work there who don't necessarily live in the white house # The Vice President does not live in the White House - he or she has a completely different house a couple of mile away to ensure that if the White House is attacked the Vice President is not harmed. # Likewise, the… Read More
No one takes up residence in the white house but the first family.The Secret Service and other staff members work in shifts or "details" so they are never alone. They always have tons of security 24/7 along with other "Presidential" necessities.
The president lives in the White House because it is the best situated to provide the security required to protect the president, his family and his staff. The White House is not just a residence. It is where his office, the Oval Office, is located. It is also the location for most of his staff's offices. Centralizing all of these people in one building makes it easier for the Secret Service to provide the high-level… Read More
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43 presidents live in the white house.
Yes, Current Presidents live in The White House.
People do live in the White House, so yes, they can.
No, like everyone else the officers of the Secret Service live at their homes or apartments. While on duty they live with the person they are guarding, wherever that person may be (home, traveling, hotel, etc.).
It wasn't. It's a government cover up for secret hidden Pokemon. ^ Who ever wrote that just fails. I can't personally answer this question without looking it up elsewhere, but I can say that the previous answer is wrong. After realising I'm working on a project about the White House, i realised it was made as a house for the current presidents to live in, there are also some offices and other stuff. the White… Read More
The president and anybody he wants may live in the White House. I think some of the permanent White House staff also live there. 54
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our president live in a white house
The first family to live in the White House was John Adam's.
George Washington did not live in the White House. never
Yes. She was the first First Lady to live in the White House.
The third president was the second president to live in the white house
Dwight David Eisenhower was a President of the USA, and did live in the White House.
The first president to live in the White House was John Adams and his wife.
yes only Washington didnt live in the white house.
U.S. President Barak Obama and his family live in the White House.
The president does not have to live in the White House. At least there is no law that says he has live there, but if a president would refuse to move into the White House, it would take a lot of explaining as for why. People surely expect the president to live in the White House and it is hard to know what reaction a refusal to live there might provoke - I do not… Read More
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Only the President.
no thomas jefferson was the second president to live in the white house
yes, FDR lived in the White House while he was president. He also had a "little White House" retreat in Warm Springs, GA.
George Washington was the only President who did not live in the White House at least for part of his administration.
The first president to live in the white house was John Adams.=D =D =D
U.S. Presidents live in the White House, in Washington DC. And its exterior really is white.
If you are asking the president's salary, he makes $400,000 a year. He also has a budget for travel, entertainment, and other expenses that are related to his presidential duties. In addition, he gets to live in the official residence for any US president-- the White House. And he has an official car and driver, plus secret service protection.
He didn't live in the White House.
....42 presidents have lived in the white house....
This so top secret- . In a house
There is a live-in house-hold staff and some presidents have had what might be called permanent guests living in White House with them.
The presidents and their family live in the White House because then the president would be close to work and close to his family. the white House should be called The History House because it has the first black president in it.
No. The Constitution makes no mention of Presidents having to live in the White House. In fact the White House and Washington D.D. for that matter did not even exist when the Constitution was adopted.
Yes, every President except George Washington got the opportunity to live in the White House. The White House wasn't built yet at the time Washington was in office.
Abigail Adams, wife of President John Adams, was the first lady to live in the White House.
Yes, Warren Harding did live in the White House. The only president that didn't was George Washington.
The White House had not yet been built.
John Adams was the first president to live inside the white house
He does not live in the White House and rarely , if ever, sleeps there.
Washington was the only president who never lived in the White House.
John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison were the first presidents to live in the White House.
They live in the White House with their parents and grandmother, and they attend a private school (the Sidwell Friends School). Sometimes they go to a sporting event or a concert, or they watch movies; and they even go on field trips from school now and then. But wherever they go, they are accompanied by the secret service, whose job it is to keep the president and his family safe at all times.
He live's in a big house his house is white.
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No. The White House was not fit to live in when Washington was President and the capital was not in Washington then.