(PresidentialInsider.com)- Former President Donald Trump might be out of the White House, but he’s not out of the minds of the people. Trump has appeared at events all over the country and remains on the lips of the extremist left-wing media that just can’t stop talking about him. And his legacy was even recently honored by the governing body of the martial art, taekwondo.
Kukkiwon President Lee Dong-sup paid a visit to Florida earlier this month, stopping by Trump’s luxurious Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach. While there, he appeared in photographs with the former president and even awarded him with an honorary ninth dan belt certificate.
In the sport, the ninth dan belt is the highest level that somebody can attain in the sport, and it often takes decades for people to master the art.
Trump said it was his honor to receive the certificate and added that he believes it is a “magnificent martial art for self-defense.”
He is the second president to receive this honor, with Russian President Vladimir Putin previously receiving the honor when he visited South Korea back in 2013.
In the photographs of Trump and Lee, which you can see below, Trump can be seen wearing the traditional taekwondo uniform as well as the black belt that was bestowed upon him by Lee.
Trump was awarded with an honorary ninth-degree black belt from Lee Dong-sup, the president of World Taekwondo Headquarters. pic.twitter.com/w1N9GkxFZG
— Harrison Krank (@HarrisonKrank) November 21, 2021
Look how healthy and happy the former president looks!
The pair can be seen standing in President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago office, which is decorated in precisely the style you would expect of the former president. The gold and black carpets, gold chairs, gold curtains, and gold frames containing scenes from the four years he spent in the White House.
To the left of the photo you can see the former president standing with his wife, Melania Trump, in one picture. In another, he can be seen crossing the border into North Korea.
Let’s hope Trump has room on another wall for more photographs of a second term…