Trump Brings Back Churchill Bust On First Day As President – 3%

Trump Brings Back Churchill Bust On First Day As President

Barack Obama, being an anti-colonialist Marxist, wasted no time when first elected to send back a bust of Prime Minister Winston Churchill that British Prime Minister Gordon Brown had sent on loan as a gift to the Oval Office for George W. Bush as a sign of solidarity after the 9/11 attacks. The Obama spin machine immediately pointed out that the loan time for the bust had expired so that’s why they sent the bust back. But the truth of the matter was the Prime Minister said that they would extend the loan period, and Obama refused.

The back story behind this is when Barack was a young boy his grandmother in Kenya, Nana Sarah, had told the children stories of how her third husband, who had been fighting for Marxism in Kenya, had been captured by the British Army and tortured to give up the location of a bomb that his Marxist comrades were planning to set off. As the story goes, that was where Obama gained his dislike for the British empire. It also explains a lot about Obama’s Middle East policy. He looked at the Middle East and saw the Sykes-Picot map, which was the British-drawn boundary lines of countries in the Middle East. So, when Obama looked at the Middle East he saw a white colonialist power structure that he hated. This could be why he allowed the Middle East to go right down the sewer, in hopes that the Sykes-Picot boundary lines would be replaced by the countries that exist there. Thus, he returned the Churchill bust post haste.

President Donald J. Trump has restored the bust of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill to the Oval Office during his first day as president.

The new addition to the presidential office was spotted as the Mr. Trump was signing an order seeing the “prompt repeal” of Obamacare, his first official state action.

The sculpture of the wartime leader’s head is said to be a replica of one given to 1960s leader Lyndon B. Johnson and first appeared in the Oval Office during former George W. Bush’s administration.

However, it was replaced by a bust of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. during Barack Obama’s time in office.


After meeting Mr. Trump in November, former UKIP leader Nigel Farage said he was “especially pleased at his very positive reaction to the idea that Sir Winston Churchill’s bust should be put back in the Oval Office”.

Then-London mayor Boris Johnson famously criticised Mr. Obama’s decision to remove the bust in an article for the Sun, suggesting the decision was fuelled by Mr. Obama’s “ancestral dislike of the British Empire”.

On Friday night, news reports circulated that a bust of Mr. Luther King had been removed from the Oval Office. However, the statue was simply not visible behind a door when reporters were let inside.

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