Presidential sites

Presidential sites

U.S. presidents are commemorated by scores of sites, ranging from the humble to the palatial: birthplaces, residences, libraries, monuments and tombs.
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Jackson was invited to attend the White House Historical Association's Presidential Sites Summit.
Yet, the October 18 rebellion of Libya's Presidential Guard, a body normally tasked with protecting the presidential sites, against the GNA landed a fatal blow to Sarraj's efforts to consolidate the power of his government in Tripoli and the west of the country.
inspectors would have had access to Saddam's palaces and "presidential sites." Asked on his return whether he could do business with Saddam, he replied -- understandably under the circumstances, though in hindsight injudiciously: "Yes, I think I can do business with him."
The Visitors' Center for George Washington's historic Mount Vernon, in northeast Virginia about 15 miles from Washington, D.C., is a welcomed enhancement to one of America's most famous presidential sites. It includes the Ford Orientation Center and the Donald W.
The sweep of UNMOVIC has been broad indeed, according to the Blix report, with inspection sites including `industrial sites, ammunition depots, research centres, universities, presidential sites, mobile laboratories, private houses, missile production factories, military camps and agricultural sites'.
weapons inspectors ''unconditional and unrestricted access'' to all locations in Iraq, including its extensive presidential sites.
Access to Saddam's dozens of presidential sites was an explosive issue in the previous round of inspections, in the 1990s, when the Iraqis sought to bar UN monitors.
Access to Saddam's many presidential sites was an explosive issue in the previous round of inspections in the 1990s.
On their first failed trip to Iraq, weapons inspectors were banned from entering around eight palaces and "presidential sites" by the Iraqi dictator.
A report in The FT says: "Iraq appears to be softening its opposition to unconditional inspections of Saddam Hussein's presidential sites, as it seeks regional support.
Soon thereafter, the Clinton administration began to raise concerns about Iraq's refusal to allow UNSCOM inspectors to visit so-called "presidential sites," a liberally-defined series of buildings and grounds across the country which Iraq claimed were used by government officials.
Especially in an election year, a visit to California's presidential sites can bring to life the times of some remarkable individuals.
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