President Joe Biden took the United States Government Official twitter account to share the official portraits of himself. The portraits was earlier released on April 8, 2021 by the National Portrait Gallery.
The photo was taken on March 3, 2021, by the Chief Official White House Photographer Adam Schultz, before it was released later this month. The new paintings will be part of the exhibit America’s Presidents at the National Portrait Gallery, alongside the former president portraits.
In the portraits, President Biden was seen in black suit, with white inner shirt along with blue tie. The President put on a smiling face to compliment his look. The flag of US also reflected in the background of the portraits.
See below the portraits with the caption: "I’m excited to share my official portrait — and honored to serve as your president every day."
The presidential portrait will be place at every government buildings across the country.
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