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White House Reportedly Asked How To Get A New President's Face On Mount Rushmore

1 month ago   |   By The Huffington Post

Trump wasn't joking when he told South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem he wanted his face on Mount Rushmore, she said.
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New York Times: White House reached out to South Dakota governor about adding Trump to Mount Rushmore

New York Times: White House reached out to South Dakota governor about adding Trump to Mount Rushmore

1 month ago   |   By WGN TV

White House aides reached out to South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem last year about the process of adding additional presidents to Mount Rushmore, the New York Times reported.
According to a person familiar who spoke with the Times, Noem then greeted Trump when he arrived in the state for his July Fourth celebrations at the monument with a four-foot replica of Mount Rushmore that included his face.
Noem has noted before Trump's “dream” to have his face on Mount Rushmore, the Coolidge-era sculpture that features the 60-foot-tall faces of Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham...
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