In White House, Trump Replaces Photos Of Emmanuel Macron With Kim Jong Un

Dan Scavino Jr., White House Director of Social Media and Assistant to the President/Public Domain

A photo array showcasing images of President Trump with French President Emmanuel Macron now feature Kim Jong-un.

With each passing week, President Donald Trump seems to further distance the U.S. from its allies as he revels in his relationships with America’s adversaries.

Now, Trump’s affinity for the latter are reflected in White House decor: Framed photos of the president with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un grace a wall in the West Wing.

Even more disturbing is the fact that Trump’s celebration of his newfound relationship with the authoritarian leader comes at the expense of images celebrating his friendship with a close U.S. ally.

Wall Street Journal reporter Michael C. Bender revealed to the world Monday that an array of gold-framed photos depicting Trump and Kim walking together, shaking hands and signing their joint agreement replaced images of Trump with French President Emmanuel Macron.