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Legendary rocker Gene Simmons, lead singer for the band Kiss, was on a different kind of tour on Thursday - one that took him to the nation's capital and it's most iconic buildings.
Simmons popped up at the Pentagon, making an appearance in the press briefing room, and the White House.
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He declined to say what he was doing at the White House and did not say whether he met with President Donald Trump while he was in the building.
Simmons was seemingly on the property for nearly four hours, presumably on a private tour.
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Press spotted him entering the White House via the North Portico at 12:30 pm. GloboNews Raquel Krahenbuhl saw him again a few minutes after 4 pm.
She told DailyMail.com she asked him why he was there, and he told her he couldn't say.
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After asking where she was from, she said he spoke to her in her native language, Portuguese. He asked her, ' "Hey, what's up?" ' He also posed for a selfie.
Minutes later, he made an appearance at the president's departure from the White House. He stood near the door in the rear building and watched the president fly away in his helicopter.
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Trump exited the White House from the outer door of the Oval Office. He walked through the grass, and boarded Marine One without speaking to the press.
Simmons was standing near the South Portico - the door the president and first lady use to greet guests when they arrive via the private drive that runs though the South Lawn of the White House.
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The singer was seen with his wife, Shannon Tweed, who laughed and smiled as they watched Trump take off. Simmons did not respond to questions from reporters asking if he met with Trump.
Reporters spotted Simmons once more when he was leaving...
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