A set of four photographs now adorning a wall at the White House is generating controversy because  one of them seems to praise dictatorships.

Jennifer Jacobs, a senior White House reporter for Bloomberg News, noticed a new group of photos framed in gold and without captions hanging on a wall at the White House.

Three of the new photos show Trump at the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Landing at France last June 6. Leaders of the free world came together to salute the Allied forces that liberated Europe from Nazi tyranny and the iron grip of Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.

The three photos depict Trump with American soldiers at the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy, eyeing a flyby of French jets, and applauding by the side of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.

The fourth photo in this ode to Democracy, however, was way out of place. It showed Trump with his “love,” Kim Jong-un, horsing around at the Demilitarized Zone in Korea.

About these photos, Jacobs tweeted: “New photos hung on West Wing walls today include Kim Jong Un.”

The response to Jacob’s tweet universally blasted Trump for his continuing fondness for dictators.

“#PatheticPOTUS #TraitorTrump #RacistInChief #IMPOTUS45,” tweeted one.

Another person tweeted: “There's no word to describe how repulsive this is. tRump loves the intimidating tactics of dictators. Beyond deplorable.”

While another tweeter said, “That pisses me off. Trump is wrecking this nation.”

And as for the photos themselves, another person tweeted:

"1. Gold is tacky. 2. The frames aren't straight. 3. The President has fond memories of hangin' with a dictator."

In September 2018, Trump told a rally of his supporters in West Virginia about his problems with Kim and his nuclear program.

“I was really being tough -- and so was he. And we would go back and forth,” said Trump. “And then we fell in love. Okay? No, really -- he wrote me beautiful letters, and they’re great letters.”

trump kim jong un A handout photo provided by Dong-A Ilbo of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump inside the demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating the South and North Korea on June 30, 2019 in Panmunjom, South Korea. U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un briefly met at the Korean demilitarized zone (DMZ) on Sunday, with an intention to revitalize stalled nuclear talks and demonstrate the friendship between both countries. The encounter was the third time Trump and Kim have gotten together in person as both leaders have said they are committed to the "complete denuclearization" of the Korean peninsula. Photo: Handout/Dong-A Ilbo via Getty Images