NBC News' Brian Williams went behind the scenes at the White House, getting footage of President Obama and his staff at work. His team 150 hours of footage shot for the program/ "There's stuff we've never seen of how the White House operates," Williams said. "We were pretty stunned at how much we were able to record and how natural events seemed to be." Here are some preview clips from the program, which airs Tuesday and Wednesday night.
Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel kicks the NBC camera crew out of his office:
Press Secretary Robert Gibbs opens up a new pair of shoes:
Obama's assistant tosses him a basketball in the Oval Office:
Williams explains the series on the "Today" show:
The two-part special airs Tuesday and Wednesday at 9PM on NBC.
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