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Trump Adds to List of ‘American Heroes’ to Be Honored in National Garden

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Trump Adds to List of ‘American Heroes’ to Be Honored in National Garden

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President Donald Trump on Monday announced dozens of new additions to a list of “American heroes” that will be honored in a national garden. Trump announced the creation of a National Garden of American Heroes last year. At the time, he named 31 people he said were heroes, including explorer Daniel Boone, abolitionist Frederick Douglass, and pilot Amelia Earhart. “I am announcing the creation of a new monument to the giants of our past,” Trump said at the time, describing the public area as “a vast outdoor park” with statues. In a Jan. 18 executive order building on his proposal last year, Trump said a task force dedicated to plan for the construction of the garden finished its first phase and is prepared to move forward. The amended order includes dozens of new people Trump has named as heroes. They include astronaut Neil Armstrong, singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, …

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