President Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May posed in front of a bust of Winston Churchill on Friday as the president welcomed his first foreign leader to the White House.
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The president and May initially posed for photos in front of a fireplace in the center of the Oval Office. But Trump, who has long had a keen eye for optics, decided to move over to the bust.
"This is the original," he told reporters. "It's a great honor to have Winston Churchill back."
"It's a great honor to be here," May said in response as they shook hands.