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From Thomas Jefferson to Barack Obama, here's how the White House has celebrated Ramadan

June 13, 2017 | 1:34 AM GMT
The first White House iftar, the breaking of the fast, was held in December 1805 under Thomas Jefferson. Here how White House administrations have celebrated Ramadan.