Trump's hangs fantasy picture featuring himself in the White House

Trump's hangs fantasy picture featuring himself in the White House

Trump's hangs fantasy picture featuring himself in the White House

It was not only his take on foreign relations and internal affairs that garnered viewers' attention, however: at some point during the interview, CBS's cameras captured a gaudy painting hanging in a room in the White House that is now doing the rounds online.

The Republican Club, by artist Andy Thomas, was in the background as Mr Trump conducted a recent interview with 60 Minutes.

The painting, spotted behind Trump and correspondent Leslie Stahl, shows the commander in chief surrounded by previous Republican presidents, including Ronald Reagan, Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, George W. Bush and even Abraham Lincoln.

Some people online made a decision to "fix" the painting by making their own additions to it.

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Called "The Republican Club", the painting was done by Andy Thomas from southwestern Missouri.

If you look closely at the screenshot 60 Minutes shared, there is also a bowl of Starburst candy near the photo. Thomas told The Daily Beast that California congressman Darrell Issa was a big fan of his work and gave Trump a print of the piece.

Although most of the former presidents in the painting have since died, it does including living father and son presidents George H.W. and George W. Bush. This is in line with Trump famously saying that he doesn't drink alcohol.

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"I didn't think he was going to call, but (Trump) said that he'd seen a lot of paintings of (himself) and majority he didn't like, but that he liked what I had done", Thomas told CNN.

He painted Trump's face twice - the first one he was "happy with" but said "it wasn't the smile we usually see, so I found a bunch of photographs with this particular smile and I thought it seemed more appropriate".

Here goes: Up above Reagan, a woman looms in the background. "That's the kind of woman that will be our first woman president; she'll walk right up to that table".

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