Biden Puts Portraits of Clinton and Bush Back on Display in the White House after Trump Removed Them | 22 Words

President Biden is back at it again, this time he has shown up Donald Trump after his administration removed two former presidents' portraits...

Since day one, Biden has been undoing Trump's antics in office...

And the latest will leave you wondering how we put up with him for 4 years.

Of course, the Bidens are extremely busy people at the moment...

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But that didn't stop Joe Biden from rectifying Trump's petty swipe at his predecessors...

The White House has put the portraits of former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush back on display...

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After former President Donald Trump removed them while in office, CNN reported.

He moved them from the Grand Foyer, which is mainly used for official occasions...

Including welcoming ceremonies, and formal dinners.

The Trump administration reportedly replaced the portraits back in July...

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With the portraits of former Republican Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and William McKinley, CNN reported.

The portraits of Clinton and Bush might not have been taken down entirely...

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But they were moved to the Old Family Dining Room, a "barely used" part of the White House.

In keeping with tradition...

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President Joe Biden decided to change up the Oval Office as he saw fit.

He replaced a portrait of President Andrew Jackson with a portrait of President Franklin D. Roosevelt...

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And displayed pictures of multiple progressive figures in the room.

They included Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr., and Rosa Parks.

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Biden's latest move to restore the portraits comes after Trump refused to unveil Obama's portrait, which breaks a forty-year tradition.

Why are we not surprised?

Trump's petty actions are a reminder that Biden's presence in the white house is a breath of fresh air. 

Hopefully, Biden will hold his own unveiling for Obama's official portrait.

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