The New Oval Office of Joe Biden
As is usual with every inauguration of the new President of the United States, on January 20 after that Joe Biden was sworn in as presidentThe Oval Office, the presidential office of the White House, has been refurbished. Within hours of outgoing President Donald Trump leaving the White House, the Oval Office has been modified to suit Biden’s tastes. The changes to the furniture are not only aesthetic, but also reflect the current president’s political thinking.
Biden, for example, President Andrew Jackson’s painting replaced Trump May lay To the left of his desk, with that of Benjamin Franklin, one of the founding fathers of the United States. The choice of placing behind the desk, among the family photos, a bust of Cesar Chavez, a unionist and Hispanic farmworker rights activist, was absolutely astonishing: also in this case it is a political signal, to a large degree. It is true that on his first day as president, Biden suggested a grant Green card To all agricultural workers without regular documents.
Other new additions to the Oval Office include busts of Martin Luther King and civil rights activist Rosa Parks, as well as statues of Presidents Harry Truman, Abraham Lincoln and Robert Kennedy, brother of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, who was assassinated. In 1968 during the election campaign for the Democratic Party primaries. Among other things, Biden displayed a piece of moonstone in the bookcase to the left of the office and changed the light-colored rug Trump had placed with a new blue carpet with the presidential emblem in the center.
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