Picture of the Day: 'Get Me Moscow and a Box of Animal Crackers, Stat!'

White House staffers look younger and younger every year.

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This little dude has figured out the best way to get past White House security: a diminutive frame and an adorable bow-tie. The snazzy dresser is Corbin Fleming, whose sister Lauren is a March of Dimes national ambassador invited to the White House in February. Perhaps he heard something about phone calls at 3 a.m. and misheard it as being about phone calls from three-year-olds. Or perhaps he just really wanted to issue an executive order recognizing Yo Gabba Gabba! Let's just hope they keep the red phone better protected.

Hat tip: Elizabeth Flock

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David A. Graham is a senior associate editor at The Atlantic, where he oversees the Politics Channel. He previously reported for Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, and The National.

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