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      美利堅合眾國第一夫人(First Lady of the United States of America,縮寫:FLOTUS),是美國白宮的女主人,通常是指現任美國總統的妻子。不過,若該總統是單身漢或鰥夫,或這總統的妻子未能勝任第一夫人的光環,第一夫人的職位就可能會改由總統的女性親戚或朋友擔任。


      傳統上,美國第一夫人不會保有其他工作,而且擁有下屬協助工作,包括白宮社交秘書(White House Social Secretary)、幕僚長、新聞秘書、首席花藝設計師(White House Chief Floral Designer)以及白宮行政總廚(White House Executive Chef)。


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