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"Welcome to the White House. This is Cross Hall, a magnificent space that connects the State Dining Room with the East Room..."
—White House tour guide[src]

The White House is the residence of the President of the United States, located in Washington, D.C.. In 1987, it was the headquarters of the Reagan Administration.


In 1987, President of the United States Ronald Reagan oversaw the signing of the INF Treaty with the Soviet Union's General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev. During preliminary negotiations on December 7, the Reagan Administration was infiltrated by Damien Darhk, who, in alliance with Eobard Thawne, conspired with the opportunist KGB agents to get a certain artifact from the Soviet Union in exchange for a CD-Rom that contained the nuclear codes of the United States, as well as a bomb that would blow up the White House. The Legends tried to stop Darhk during the White House tour on December 7, but were unsuccessful, leading up to a great commotion, with Firestorm sightings being reported on Channel 52. The next day, the Legends visited a party at the White House, keeping an eye for Darhk and the KGB. While Reagan was meeting Gorbachev on December 8, Darhk's plan transpired, but was ultimately prevented by the Legends, in a fight at the White House basement, while Ray Palmer and Mick Rory evacuated the guests from the building, before stopping the bomb left by Darhk.[1]

In late 2016, during the Dominators' invasion of Earth, the current President, Lyla Michaels, Agent Smith, among others discussed the best strategy for defeating the extraterrestrial hostiles. After the president was killed by a Dominator, the White House and presidency was taken over by the former vice president, Susan Brayden.[2]


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  • The White House is, historically and currently, the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the United States, located at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, D.C.. It has been the residence of every U.S. president since John Adams in 1800. The term White House is often used to refer to actions of the president and his advisors, as in "The White House announced that...".