During the interview with President Donald Trump in the White House, the observant viewers have to observe the painting striking on the wall: They named the painting as “The Republican Club,” in which they show that the president sitting with past Republican presidents.
The painting was painted by the Missouri-based artist Andy Thomas, who had painted this type of painting scene with the past Democratic presidents. This painting is about President Trump sitting at a table with the past president including Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford, both Bushes, and Richard Nixon, as well as historic Teddy Roosevelt and Abe Lincoln and some of the president standing in the background including Ulysses Grant, Calvin Coolidge, William Howard Taft.
The Painter Andy Thomas was aware that President Donald Trump received the painting and also received a call from the president two weeks ago, but he was unaware that the painting was hanging in the White House unless his wife showed him a clip where the painting was hanging in the “60 Minutes” interview clip.
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Thomas told the Time that “it’s a treat for him because a lot of times gifts are not hung up, they just pushed in a closet somewhere.” He also posted on the Facebook page that “Wow, during the 60 Minutes interview this evening look what is on the wall!”