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White House Advisor Blasts Kodak Executives: ‘You Can’t Fix Stupid’

White House trade advisor Pete Navarro went on the CNBC show “Squawk Box" this past Monday and ripped into Kodak's executives. Referring to the allegations of insider trading on the eve of the $765 million deal Kodak struck with the US government, Navarro said what happened was "probably the dumbest decisions made by executives in corporate history."

Trump Situation Room Photo Criticized for Poor Composition and ‘Posed’ Look

This past weekend, the White House posted a photograph that showed President Trump and several others monitoring the raid that led to the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. But while the photo shows a major military win for the US, it has drawn criticism online, with critics claiming that it's as a poor attempt at recreating a similar photo taken during the Obama administration.

Pete Souza Looks Back on 1.9 Million Photos of Obama

NPR's Fresh Air just aired this fantastic 30-minute interview (here's a transcript) with Pete Souza, the Chief Official White House Photographer for U.S. Presidents Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama. In it, Souza reflects on 8 years of capturing Obama's presidency, creating an archive of over 1.9 million photos during that time.

Trump’s Official Portrait and the Language of Lighting

Nine months after taking office, the White House has finally released official portraits of both President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. Last month, the Washington Post did a story highlighting the empty walls of some 9,600 federal buildings, all waiting for for an official portrait of the new POTUS.

This is Trump’s New Official Portrait

The White House just published President Trump's official portrait photo, which means the one that was released in January 2017 was a placeholder until the real official photo could be made.