In a New York Times article on August 3, Lear was quoted as saying that he would forgo the White House reception because, "This is a presidency that has chosen to neglect totally the arts and humanities - deliberately defund them - and that doesn't rest pleasantly with me".
President Trump defied expert advice Monday by peering directly into the sun as the solar eclipse passed over Washington, DC.
Fortunately for Trump, he quickly looked away from the sun and used proper solar filters to look at the sun more in depth.
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This is the first total solar eclipse to sweep the United States from coast to coast in almost a century, although I Washington experienced about 80 per cent coverage of the sun.
President Trump watched the solar eclipse from the White House on August 21.
From a balcony at the White House, President Donald Trump did it his own way - marveling briefly a few times the astronomical phenomenon sans shades after using them for his initial viewing. It began at 1:17 p.m. ET, peaked at 2:42 p.m., and was set to end at 4:01 p.m., The Washington Post reported.
But at one point, Trump was seen looking directly up at the sun without wearing his protective glasses.
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