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It’s been ages since we’ve had a commander-in-chief with enough righteous stature to properly fill Abe’s bed, or even FDR’s wheelchair. Most of the recent occupants of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue might have been more at home in John Zweifel’s White House. Mr. Z and his family have been laboring the past 32 years creating a 1-foot-to-1-inch scale replica of the White House. Now, if we can get him to work on reducing the budget, the deficit, and Gingrich’s ego, we’ll have something. Zweifel will display his mini abode and sign his book, The White House in Miniatures, which features pics by Kathleen Culbert-Aguilar, internationally recognized as a leader in photographing tiny things. White House curator Rex W. Scouten will introduce the wee festivities at noon at the National Archives Theater, 7th & Pennsylvania Ave. NW. FREE. (202) 501-5402. (DN)