The West Wing is where it all happens at the White House — historic decisions, power struggles, meetings with foreign leaders. The West Wing, which was made even more famous by the award-winning television series of the same name, is home to the Oval Office and the Situation Room, where the president and his top aides meet in a crisis. It also houses the offices of the president’s closest advisors, the White House press corps and the briefing room.
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