President Biden appears to remove Trump’s Diet Coke button from Oval Office

President Biden appears to remove Trump’s Diet Coke button from Oval Office

Perhaps
he’d
like
a
Pepsi?

President
Biden
appears
to
have
gotten
rid
of
the
Diet
Coke
button
his
predecessor,

President
Donald
Trump,
used
on
the
resolute
desk
in
the
Oval
Office.

Political
commentator
Tom
Newton
Dunn
on
Thursday tweeted a
photo
of

Biden
behind
the
desk
with
stacks
of
executive
orders

but
the
famous
little
red
button
Trump
pushed
to
get
his
favorite
soft
drink
appeared
to
be
missing.

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FROM
OVAL
OFFICE

“President
Biden
has
removed
the
Diet
Coke
button,”
Dunn
wrote.
“Eventually
Trump
pressed
it,
and
a
butler
swiftly
brought
in
a
Diet
Coke
on
a
silver
platter.
It’s
gone
now.”

Trump showed
off
the
button to
reporters
with
the
Associated
Press
and
the
Financial
Times
in
2017.

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“With
the
push
of
a
red
button
placed
on
the
Resolute
Desk
that
presidents
have
used
for
decades,
a
White
House
butler
soon
arrived
with
a
Coke
for
the
president,”
the
AP reported
at
the
time.

Trump
also
boasted
his
staffers
always
noticed
when
he
pressed
the
button.

“Everyone
does
get
a
little
nervous
when
I
press
that
button,”
Trump told
a
Financial
Times
reporter.

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