Biden Orders POW/MIA Flag To Fly Atop White House Again After It Was Moved By Trump
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The POW/MIA flag returned to its spot atop the White House on Friday morning – marking National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day. According to a Biden official, the POW/MIA flag will permanently remain in its current position. In 2019, former President Donald Trump signed a bill that requires the flag be flown, alongside the U.S. flag, on certain federal properties at all times. However, the flag was moved to another location under the Trump administration, according to a video posted last June, causing frustration among veterans groups and lawmakers. It has not been disclosed why the ch…

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