Brian Mast, Republican congressman and Army veteran, noticed that his VA facility in Florida did not have pictures of President Trump and Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin on the wall in the lobby. To resolve the problem, he demanded they be installed, but to no avail. (The request was caught on camera).
So, Mast put up his own. However, within hours the leadership at the VA hospital demanded that the pictures be taken down, and they were.
She said that portraits on display at the VA need to come from the central office.
Mast took to Twitter and Fox News to voice his disappointment, and once America saw what was happening, Americans went into action.