Donald Trump took Obama’s place in 2016, and now he’s doing it again in 2021.
While Democrats fight to honor our 45th President as little as possible, many key institutions are rquired to honor him just the same
And in this case, that means Donald’s face is going up and Barry’s is coming down. From NewsMax:
A portrait of former President Donald Trump — while not yet the official oil painting of him — will be on display in the America’s Presidents exhibition in the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C. when it reopens on May 14.
It is taking the place of Kehinde Wiley’s portrait of President Barack Obama in the exhibit.
The Obama painting, along with Amy Sherald’s painting of former first lady Michelle Obama, is heading out on a one-year, five-city tour.
Here’s what Trump’s “temporary” portrait looks like:
Quite striking, isn’t it?
It definitely captures Donald’s serious resolve to put America First.
The media often portrayed him as a guy who didn’t take his job seriously and just watched a lot of cable TV.
But he got a lot accomplished in 4 years, and he’s being honored for it.
And it may just be a temporary circumstance, but Trump’s portrait gets to displace Obama’s flowery one while he’s at it!
Do you like Trump’s new portrait in Washington?
- The National Portrait Gallery is hanging Trump’s portrait for their reopening.
- Trump’s portrait is going up in place of Obama’s, which is going out on tour for the year.