Can we call the White house garbage?
Donald trump beats off from claims that he hates living in the White house. Judging by the photos, the White house does not look like a dump, as it is supposedly called the President. But, it might not hurt to repair?
Sports edition Golf.com wrote that the new President of the United States supposedly explains their frequent appearance on various Golf courses across America partners for the game as follows: “This White house is a real dump”.
I love the White House, one of the most beautiful buildings (homes) I have ever seen. But Fake News said I called it a dump – TOTALLY UNTRUE
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 3, 2017
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This led to the fact that Chelsea Clinton, who knows the White house inside, wrote in his Twitter: “Thanks to all the porters, butlers, maids, chefs, florists, gardeners, plumbers, engineers and curators of the White house for all they do every day.”
Trump later wrote in his “Twitter” that information about his attitude toward the presidential residence “completely untrue” and called them “fake news.”
He added: “I love White house, one of the most beautiful buildings I have ever seen.”
Not a dump?
The white house does not look like a dump at photos published in Architectural Digest in July.
But the White house 132 rooms, may be among those that has not got the pictures, there really is not very attractive.
At first glance, the premises of the White house look great.
Bradley Patterson, a few decades have worked in the White house, in his book “Serve the President”, published in 2008, estimated that the budget for White house repair and restoration annually pledged 1.6 million dollars.
And of course the White house doesn’t seems to be a hole of 30 million households, according to a report by think tank center for American Progress 2016, live in houses recognized as dangerous because of their disrepair, poor heating, water damages, gas leaks or high lead content.
If you take into account the size of the average American family, it turns out that nearly 76 million people in the country live in homes that can cause them and their health “significant harm”.
A question of taste?