Joe Biden Cancels Donald Trump’s Planned ‘Garden of Heroes’ Which Was To Feature Great Figures of American History

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The President of the United States Joe Biden has reportedly revoked Donald Trump's plan to build a 'Garden of American Heroes'.

"No explanation for the cancellation was given", the Dailymail has said in a report on its website.

This decision from Biden is said to be a "highly symbolic distancing of his administration from the Trump-era White House."

Biden has revoked Trump's executive order of July 2020 via an email and is reported to have "axed" Trump's order on punishing statue vandals.

Trump had envisioned that the garden to be, as the report quotes: 'a site of natural beauty that enables visitors to enjoy nature, walk among the statues, and be inspired to learn about great figures of America’s history.'

The Garden was to feature statues of underground railroad heroine Harriet Tubman, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Whitney Houston, Alex Trebek, basketball star Kobe Bryant, cookery book writer Julia Child and Billy Graham.

"No site was ever selected, and the planned garden did not receive any congressional funding," the report adds.