The cartoon house is the place where presidents sit, take photos and sketch, often with the assistance of cartoonists.
They are also where presidential aides sit with their families and other dignitaries, sometimes in their homes, and when they have a chance to take photos of the White House.
But the president has never had the pleasure of seeing his cartoons and his staffs, and has never been allowed to see the cartoon house.
So as the 2016 campaign comes to a close, we wanted to bring you the inside scoop on how the cartoons are made and why presidents are always so careful to keep a tight rein on their presidential image.
Here are our top 10 tips for spotting a presidential house: 1.
The cartoon houses usually have a big sign at the front of each house that says “President Donald J. Trump.”
This indicates that the house is in the White Houses office, and the presidents aides usually sit there.
If the president is in an office, the cartoon staff is usually seated in front of the president.
There is usually a sign outside the cartoon shop saying, “President Trump is a fan of cartoons.”
The president usually takes photos of his family and staffs when he is at the cartoon store.
There are usually a number of cartoons on display, from President Trump to cartoon animals to presidential aides and members of the press.
Sometimes presidents take pictures of his wife Melania Trump and his children, but this is rare.
If a president is visiting the White house, the president often has his personal staffs take photos, and if the president wants to take a photo, the staffs are usually allowed to do so. 8.
If an employee or family member wants to photograph the president, they usually have to be accompanied by a staff member or other person of authority.
The staff usually sits in the front office, behind the president or in a back room, but the president and staff members often sit on couches or chairs.
Sometimes the president will leave the cartoon room to go to a special event or vacation.
For this, the office usually has a sign saying, in white, “No Photography.”