American President, George Bush, has today spoken out about the apparently regrettable disappearance of the White House. In his speech he described how he'd left the house and went for quick walk with his dog:
"The dog and I went for a walk in a slightly foresty area. By the time we found our way out again it had become apparent that the White House had either been stolen by terrorist forces, or that it had simply been made invisibible. My dog and I are now homeless and we beg for your assistance in this matter."
Rumours are suggesting that the White House is still exactly where it has always been, but this has not yet been confirmed. Washington correspondents are also suggesting that Mr Bush simply got lost in the woods and cried about it for two hours before calling a press conference.