'Tacky' painting of Trump drinking with other presidents hangs in White House

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President Donald Trump speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in the Oval Office of the White House, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018, in Washington.

United States President Donald Trump's 60 Minutes interview with Leslie Stahl that aired on Sunday night gave a glimpse of a painting that left everyone baffled and amused at the same time.

It shows the president at a table, drinking what appears to be Diet Coke, with other presidents such as Richard Nixon, Teddy Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush, Abraham Lincoln, and others.

President Trump told Varney that Republicans planned to continue cutting red tape, as well as moving ahead with more tax cuts after the midterm elections.

"Well, I think we have to find out what happened first", Mr Trump said.

"I do that with everyone, even self-portraits - it's a feel-good painting and I make them as good looking as I can", he said on Monday afternoon.

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"He made a comment that he'd seen a lot of paintings of himself and he rarely liked them". A president can get access to works from the Smithsonian and other museums around the country for his or her private residence if they wish. In a recent interview with Time, Thomas said he was unaware that his work was hanging in the White House until after the 60 Minutes episode.

"We're stuck with these people, and I don't want a chain", Trump said of some people who've come to the U.S. via such family reunification. "He was very complimentary". In fact, he has also painted The Democrats Club, with past Democratic presidents. "They just can't help themselves".

Thomas said on Tuesday that the portrait was the newest iteration in his series of presidential pictures. Oh no. He's placed it in his office in the White House.

It looks as though President Trump is grinning at something that Abe Lincoln is saying to him.

"Why Trump is up at 3am in the morning us because doing cocaine in the basement apparently according to what I found in the painting", one user wrote.

The conversation generated multiple headlines but the president's "fake news" tweet was referring to the AP story, "Trump tells AP he won't accept blame if GOP loses House", a White House official confirmed to Fox News.

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