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Media: the White house has removed from Grand portraits of Clinton and Bush Jr.

The official portraits of former presidents of the United States bill Clinton and George W. Bush was removed from the Grand foyer of the White house during last week and replaced them with portraits of the two Republican presidents who ruled the country for more than a century ago, informs television channel CNN.

According to the traditions of the White house, portraits of the most recent American presidents must be prominently displayed at the entrance to the building and visible to guests during formal events.

In the United States will create a Park with sculptures of national heroes, said trump

The President of the United States Donald trump in the background of demolition of monuments to confederates in the country announced that it will issue a decree on the establishment of the Park with sculptures of national heroes.

"I declare the creation of a new monument to the giants of our past. I will sign the decree about creation of national garden of American heroes – large Park under the open sky, in which statues of the greatest Americans who ever lived," said trump, speaking at the memorial on mount Rushmore in South Dakota.

Monument to Roosevelt can set next to the monument Witte

The monument to the 26th U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, who is willing to buy the Fund of Andrey Filatov Art Russe, can set next to monument to Sergei Witte, and the monument to the ruler of Russian colonies in America, Alexander Baranov, may be an important exhibit of the Museum of the Arctic in St. Petersburg, all expenses will be made from personal funds Filatov, told RIA Novosti press-service of the Fund.

Director of the Foundation added that all costs will be financed from personal funds Filatov. The issue is being discussed with the authorities of new York and Alaska, last of the appeal Fund was sent to new York mayor bill de Blasio and mayor of Sitka's Gary Paxton this morning - the city administrator of Sitka, Mr. John Leach, the original complaints are gone to the recipients at DHL, said Lavery.

The mayor of the city in Alaska had not seen the bid of the monument Baranov

Authority of the city of Sitka in Alaska is not yet acquainted with the idea of the Fund on the purchase of the monument the Governor of Russian settlements in North America in the late XVIII - early XIX centuries, Alexander Baranov, which requires you to remove a group of residents of the city, reported Wednesday RIA Novosti by phone, the mayor of Sitka's Gary Paxton.

He did not comment on the possibility of making such suggestions.

In new York held a rally against the demolition of the monument to Roosevelt

Protest against the demolition of the equestrian statue of the former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, who stands at the entrance to the American Museum of natural history, was held in new York, reports the New York Times.

According to the newspaper, Sunday at the monument gathered about 150 demonstrators. Among them were protesters wearing caps with the words MAGA ("let's Make America great again"), as well as protesters with flags of the American contraviene Blue Lives Matter, whose members advocate that the accused in the killings of police officers have been prosecuted for crimes motivated by hatred.

Trump criticized the decision to dismantle the monument to Roosevelt in new York

The US President Donald trump called the ridiculous decision to dismantle the equestrian monument to former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt at the entrance to the American Museum of natural history in new York.

A bronze monument to the American President who was in power from 1901 to 1909, was erected in 1940. The monument consists of three main elements: Roosevelt sitting astride a horse near a horse on one side is Indian, the other African.

Media: US Navy refused to return to the position the captain, "Theodore Roosevelt"

The leadership of the U.S. Navy refused to reinstate the captain of an aircraft carrier "Theodore Roosevelt" Brett crozier, resigned after his letter about the outbreak of coronavirus on Board hit the media, according to CNBC, citing a statement by the representative of the joint chiefs of staff U.S. army Vice Admiral Michael Gilday.

As previously reported, the New York Times, citing high-ranking representatives of the U.S. Navy, the naval authorities have been advised to recover the crozier of office. The Secretary of defense Mark Esper then reported the recommendations of the Vice-Admiral Michael Gilday and acting Minister of the naval forces of James MacPherson.