The White House Rose Garden's redesign had been widely criticized after Melania Trump helped alter its iconic look that had endured since the 1960s.
Former President John F. Kennedy was inspired to revamp the Rose Garden in 1961 after seeing extravagant gardens in Europe.
Former first lady Melania Trump gave the garden a controversial facelift a few months before the presidential election.
The newly designed Rose Garden, unveiled by Melania last year, featured paved walkways and white and pastel roses instead of bright floral beds.
"It was in a situation where people were crowded together without wearing masks, so the data speaks for themselves," Dr. Anthony Fauci told CBS News Radio
According to data, that was released on Tableau Public by Peter James Walker, at least 37 cases of the new coronavirus were confirmed within 12 days after Barrett's nomination event on September 26. Newsweek reached out to Walker for comment.
Mellon biographer Meryl Gordon talked to Newsweek about how important the Rose Garden was to Mellon, and that Trump's changes "strip it of its personality."
"I find [Melania Trump] to be the Jackie Kennedy of her time—the beauty, the elegance, the soft-spokenness," Peter Navarro said Tuesday.
The first lady's Rose Garden refurbishment effort drew widespread criticism online over the weekend, after photos revealed the plaza's iconic crab apple trees and colorful flowers were removed.
The first lady released photos of the White House garden's completed refurbishment on Saturday. Many took issue with its sparing design.
As the coronavirus has stifled his ability to hold massive campaign rallies, President Donald Trump doubled down on Thursday with a second campaign-laden speech on the White House grounds in a week.
Trump's announcement will focus on China, as the president faces an impending deadline to sign Congress' Hong Kong sanctions bill.
Nancy Pelsoi called out Donald Trump in a letter sent to Democratic colleagues on Wednesday night after the president stormed out of a scheduled infrastructure meeting at the White House this morning.
"This was just one long, baseless, incoherent, stream of consciousness," Maher said.
"She's shocked that I picked on her. She's like in a state of shock," Trump joked about ABC reporter Cecilia Vega.
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