Trump's White House Moves Pictures of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush into a Rare Room

Trump's White House Moves Pictures of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush into a Rare Room
CNN reported Friday that President Donald Trump's White House has taken pictures of the last two presidents, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, from the entrance to the building, out of tradition.

The paintings were moved from Grand Foyer, where images of new bosses are usually hung, to the old family dining room, which CNN described as "a small room rarely used and not seen by most visitors".

She said the room was mainly used to store tablecloths and furniture.

Instead of Trump's recent ancestral portraits, there is now a commentary of William McKinley, who was assassinated in 1901, and Theodore Roosevelt, his deputy who succeeded him upon his death, CNN sources said.

The news network said that Mr. Trump would have seen two pictures on a daily basis in their previous position.

John Bolton, former National Security Adviser to Mr. Trump in his recently published book, said that Trump "despises" both George W. Bush and his father.

Hillary Clinton, the wife of the former president and former secretary of state, became the subject of Trump's anger when she ran against him in 2016, and she was frequently criticized for his leadership.

The White House did not respond to a request for comment on Friday.

CNN said the photos were transferred over the past week.

CNN said a photo of Barack Obama, the president who directly preceded Trump and who was a frequent subject of his attacks, would not be officially released during Trump's first term.

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