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Seder Pictures — From the White House

For the fifth year the First Family hosted a White House Seder. Sticking to tradition, brisket, kugel and matzo ball soup were served and the guest list included friends and colleagues of the President. But there was one new thing at the table: a Seder plate from Israel’s first lady. Check out the pictures below.

Image by Pete Souza/ Official White House Photo

Image by Pete Souza/ Official White House Photo

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