President Trump brings Winston Churchill bust back to the Oval Office

President Trump appears to have made a notable change to the Oval Office—he brought back a bust of Winston Churchill.

According to The Blaze, "Reporters first noticed the bust in the Oval Office Friday evening just as Trump was signing several executive orders, some of his first acts as president."

While incoming presidents are allowed to make changes to the space, Barack Obama's removal of the sculpture in favor of one representing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was considered controversial at the time.

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Some critics claimed that the swap was an indication of the U.S. distancing itself from Britain.

However, during a visit to London last year, Obama explained, in part, "There are only so many tables where you can put busts, otherwise it starts looking a little cluttered. And I thought...that as the first African American President, it might be appropriate to have a bust of Dr. Martin Luther King in my office..."

According to reports, the bust of the civil rights leader still remains in Trump's Oval Office.

The new president is also said to have changed some of the room's carpeting, artwork, and drapes.