President Donald Trump held a funeral for his brother Robert in the East Room of the White House on Friday with about 150 mourners in attendance.
The guests did not wear masks but were all tested for the coronavirus before the service took place.
The president delivered the eulogy at the service, and the hymn “Abide With Me” was played on bagpipes as pallbearers carried the casket out of the building.
Trump is paying for the funeral personally, and follows other presidents including Benjamin Harrison and Franklin D. Roosevelt who held funerals for close family members and even an advisor in the White House.
Trump called his brother his “best friend” in tweets about his death.
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