Where is the location of the door in the oval office?
In the far corner.
Actually there are several doors -- a few of them are hidden or secret.
The same place it is in every office.
Somewhere in a wall separating the interior of the office from the exterior.
Most time, it is positioned in a position to permit quick departure as an escape route.
While reading I came across this, "Every wall is a door," Emerson correctly said. "Let us not look for the door, and the way out, anywhere but in the wall against which we are living" (from Servant Leadership by Robert K.Greenleaf.)
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