After two years of work, a bronze statue of former President Barack Obama was unveiled Saturday afternoon in South Dakota.
The statue, carved by local artist James Van Nuys, is the latest addition to the City of Rapid City Presidents, in which life-size replicas of every American commander-in-chief dot the city's historic downtown.
The statue shows Obama when he was elected for the first time, waving his youngest daughter's hand, Sasha, in the hands.
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Another artist is now considering starting to carve a statue of President Trump.
The City of Presidents project started in 2000 and the placement of each statue is chosen to "eliminate any feelings of favoritism or political gain". The statues are all financed by private funds.