A lot of Americans have come to accept the fact that the White Houses interiors are an ugly mess, but when it comes to the interior art of the Whitehouse, they have a hard time seeing it.
The interior art has been criticized by several groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union, who say it’s offensive and racist.
But others see it as a way to attract more tourists to the WhiteHouse, which has a grand total of about 7 million people.
So what exactly is an interiors piece?
It’s a painting that depicts a room or section of the house, like the bedrooms, dining rooms, and bathrooms.
It may depict scenes of the interior, like a room, or include an artistic representation of the interiors environment, like an art gallery or a sculpture.
The White House has had some of the most offensive interiors on display in recent years, from a 2010 mural depicting President Obama and Vice President Biden’s family dining on fried chicken in a hot oven, to the now-infamous, but still controversial, whitehouse kitchen mural, which depicts an “outrage-filled kitchen” and features an array of food items including hot dogs, macaroni and cheese, and macaronis.
In 2014, it was revealed that the President and Vice Presidents kitchen was filled with a disgusting soup of feces, including feces that looked like it had been placed there by a chef.
A 2012 mural, titled “The Trashy White House,” featured a giant rat.
And in 2014, the interior of the President’s personal residence was repainted with an image of a decapitated human head.
It was also recently revealed that in 2012, an interior mural depicting a white family eating pork was created by the Trump family’s restaurant in Washington, D.C., after they found out that President Obama had been dining with his wife Michelle and her family at the White house.