A haunted eighteenth century mansion, built by slaves, and the site of high crimes, plots, and kill orders.
What better setting for Halloween than the White House?
Presidents have traditionally celebrated the holiday by inviting children to the most famous seat of power in the world.
President G.W Bush
On Saturday, President Trump invited the children of members of the White House Press Corps into the Oval Office.
During this time, he reportedly told them about what bad media coverage he receives.
For some guests, the occasion was a chance to score political points for the President.
One guest (below) came as a tomb stone, commemorating the end of 'The Swamp' on election day 2016.
For 2017, even the founding Fathers made an appearance.
One costume in particular caught the attention of the First Lady's Instagram account.
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