Trump’s ‘Garden Of American Heroes’ Will Include Kobe, Harriet Tubman, Ali & More

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The Presidency of Donald Trump has been a wild and crazy ride in the last four years. The Democratic party with Joe Biden at the head will within hours become the leader of the free world.

We learn on the night before the inauguration via the White House official website, that Donald Trump has filed one of his last executive orders to build the National Garden of American Heroes. Trump shared a list of 244 Americans and undoubtedly has caused a mixed reaction on who was included.

On the prestigious list are Kobe Bryant, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Whitney Houston, Frederick Douglass, Walt Disney, Elvis Presley, Alex Trebek, Alfred Hitchcock, John F. Kennedy, Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Harriet Tubman, Babe Ruth, Norman Rockwell, Betsy Ross, Steve Jobs, Aretha Franklin, Nat King Cole, Christopher Columbus, Muhammad Ali, Billy Graham, Sitting Bull, and dozens of others.

The order calls for lifelike representations of the 244 historical and celebrity names. “The term ‘historically significant American’ means an individual who made substantive contributions to America’s public life or otherwise had a substantive effect on America’s history,” the order reads.