Biden Administration Defends Decision to Remove Winston Churchill Bust from the Oval Office

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The Biden administration on Friday defended the decision to remove a bust of former U.K. Prime Minister Winston Churchill from the Oval Office — creating a bright video designed to remind people “what the Special Relationship is truly about.”

(FOX NEWS) – The Biden administration on Friday defended the decision to remove a bust of former U.K. Prime Minister Winston Churchill from the Oval Office — creating a bright video designed to remind people “what the Special Relationship is truly about.”

“We’ve seen some discussion about the Churchill Bust, so we just wanted to remind everyone what the Special Relationship is truly about,” a tweet from the U.S. Embassy to the U.K. said.

The video contrasts pictures of the bust, which it describes as “just a bust of Winston Churchill” with pictures of former presidents meeting with former prime ministers — and highlights of the U.S. U.K. relationship.

“Largest investors in each others countries. This is the Special Relationship,” the video said. “The Special Relationship is about people, values & trust.”

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