Portraits of former U.S. Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are back on display in the White House after being removed and replaced by Donald Trump last July. The portraits have been rehung in the Grand Foyer of the executive mansion.

Trump had moved them to the rarely-used Old Family Dining Room, even though White House tradition states that the most recent presidential portraits should be placed in more prominent areas of the house.

In their current location, the portraits can be viewed by President Joe Biden from the staircase leading down from his third-floor private residence.

Former President Barack Obama‘s portrait has yet to claim its spot in the White House.

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