Donald Trump honours Elvis Presley with highest civil honours


President Donald Trump posthumously praised Elvis Presley Friday in the White House the highest civilian award in the US, the Medal of Freedom.

Presley, who died in 1977, received the award for his services as a singer and musician, and because he served two years in the US Army.

“The award is for one of the most beloved artists ever,” Trump said, and the White House pointed out that Presley has defined American culture with his music for billions of fans, and baseball legend Babe Ruth was awarded the posthumous posthumously.

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