18 photos that show the differences between Biden and Trump Oval Office
After Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States of America, people are comparing the White House Oval Office’s appearance to when Donald Trump ruled the country. As you might expect, Biden’s and Trump’s Oval Office’s differences are like night and day.
And they send very different messages about the type of America Biden wants to build. Biden seems to be sending a message to all Americans that the people he admires come from different political spectrum parts and are all dedicated to building a perfect union.
Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson were known to disagree on almost everything, but they were both patriots with the United States’ best interests in mind. César Chávez and Martin Luther King never held elected office, but they pushed leaders to act.
Therefore, it is unnecessary to always agree with everyone or be president, Congress member, or even locally elected to make a difference. It would help if you were a citizen.
Biden also replaced Andrew Jackson’s portrait with that of Ben Franklin. Trump has always identified with Jackson, who rose to the presidency thanks to the first wave of nativism and populism. However, Franklin was famous for his scientific tinkering, inventions, and helping to lay the foundation for the Constitutional Republic of the United States.
This seems to signify that Biden will trust science and work to preserve the Republic that Franklin helped build.
President Biden kept the Resolute desk, a gift from Queen Victoria to Rutherford B. Hayes. The Resolute Desk is made from the wood of the British ship HMS Resolute. Since then, all of the presidents have used the office somewhere in the White House except Johnson, Ford, and Nixon. Carter returned it to the Oval Office.
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