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10 Secrets of Life in the White House

Few presidents call attention to these perks, but they're worth knowing about

Everyone knows that U.S. presidents get a big fancy house, a nice private jet, and pretty much all the power one person could possibly covet — but American presidents get so much more than that. (They even get to “Slow Jam the News,” as anyone who has watched President Obama on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Kimmel” knows pretty well.)

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From a movie theater in the presidential residence to access to a vintage wine collection, being president comes with a lot more than just diplomatic dinners and trade deals — we just don’t hear about this aspect of the highest office very much.

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Scroll through the gallery to see 10 secret privileges that come with living in the White House.

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