Rules The First Family Must Follow While Living In The White House

After the new President of the United States is sworn into office on January 20, it’s time to move into the White House. While living rent-free in one of the most famous buildings in the world might seem nice, it’s not all that it’s made out to be. Believe it or not, there are a handful of rules that the President and his family must follow during the time they call the White House their home. Check out the rules that even the President must follow that might make you grateful to be living as a civilian in your own home.

Imagine your movers leaving all of your stuff on the front lawn because they aren’t allowed inside your house…

The President Must Plan Their Funeral

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Not long after moving into the White House, it is the President’s responsibility to plan his own funeral. Although it may seem like a grim task, it is essential considering that becoming President of the United States isn’t always the safest job.

During this process, the President can choose if they want to have a simple funeral or if they want all the fanfare with the guns, flags, drummers, and everything else. If you ever move into the White House, you’ll find yourself planning your own funeral as well.