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Did Joe Biden remove military flags?

PRESIDENT Joe Biden took the oath of office on January 20, and with every incoming president comes a new Oval Office makeover.

The Oval Office is synonymous with the power and majesty of the American president, and all incoming presidents change the decore of the symbolic room.

Did Joe Biden remove military flags?

One change the Biden administration made in the Oval Office was the removal of military flags, which had been on display during Donald Trump's term in office.

The removal of the flags were reported by the Washington Post, as Trump kept them near his left side against the window while in office.

New photos of Biden's newly decorated Oval Office shows the flags removed.

Another item Biden ditched was the portrait of former President Andrew Jackson, who was the first Democrat to hold the office, but has been criticized recently for ties to slavery and the oppression of Native Americans.

What other president's had military flags in the Oval Office?

Most modern presidents, although not all, had two flags displayed behind the Resolute Desk, the American flag and the presidential seal according to the Atlantic.

Archival photos show former Presidents John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon had displayed military battle flags in the office.

President Dwight D Eisenhower, a five-star general during World War II, acknowledged his background by planting just the Army flag across from the desk.

What executive orders has Biden signed so far?

During his first few hours in office, President Biden signed more than a executive orders, as he's moved swiftly to dismantle the Trump administrations policies.

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