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First-ever White House beekeeper retires

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Politics,Paul Bedard,Washington Secrets
 The keeper of the first-ever White House beehive officially retired from the government this week, but his 70,000 bees won’t be buzzing June Carter Cash’s “Will you miss me when I’m gone?”That’s because Charlie Brandts, who was a White House carpenter when the first family’s chef Sam Kass tapped him to establish a hive near the Michelle Obama’s veggie garden in March 2009, plans to devote...