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It really depends. Some First Ladies pay for them out of their clothing budget (First Ladies, because they represent the US at diplomatic functions, have a budget for clothing). Others receive free designer dresses because certain designers know that if a first lady wears their gowns, the design will become popular and the public will want to buy that style.

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