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Frank Underwood gets a portrait in the US National Portrait Gallery. For real

Posted on February 24, 2016 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

He may be the entirely fictional president of House of Cards, but Frank Underwood (aka Kevin Spacey) just unveiled a portrait of himself by Jonathan Yeo in the US National Portrait Gallery. Alan Greenspan and members of the Obama White House even turned out for the event. Which is odd.

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