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George Washington was the first U.S President to never occupy the White House during presidency. He owned a series of grand homes where congress and officials stayed
In July 1790, The Residence act was passed to move the capital of the united States to what will eventually become the District of Columbia
The White house was built in October 13, 1792. Even though George Washington wasn't president by the time it was done but he helped with the decision to move it right above Virginia.
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