President Biden Seems to Have Removed the Famed 'Diet Coke Button' from the Oval Office

By the time President Joe Biden began his first day at work, the Oval Office had quickly been reorganized for him. A portrait of Benjamin Franklin replaced the Andrew Jackson painting on the wall. And the previous President's red "Diet Coke" button was also removed from the desk. During an Oval Office interview with the Associated Press in April 2017, journalist Julie Pace saw it in action, with the press of a red button on the Resolute Desk "" "" "" "" "" "" "" ""] "" "" "" "" "" ""] "" "" "" "" "]" "" "" "" "" "]" "" "" "" "" "]" "" "" "]" "" "" ""] "" "" "" "" ""] "" "" "" "" "]" "" "" ""] "" "" ""] "" "" "" ""] "" "" ""] "" "" used by Presidents for decades) soon a White House butler came over with a Coke for the President, Julie Pace, a White House butler. President Biden seems to have completely ditched the idea of ​​the button, but it could be traced back to the desktop. His love for ice cream is well known and he can get a beer at the push of a button button is very tempting
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