The murals of Denver airport have gone viral after President Donald Trump tweeted his approval of them.
The tweets, which Trump posted Wednesday night, included a photo of himself with two men in a golf cart in front of a plane with two of the murals depicting a plane flying overhead.
The other image depicts a plane dropping a bomb in front.
Trump, who has spent much of his time in office attacking former President Barack Obama, has been using the images in a number of speeches and events to promote his own projects.
In one, he told a crowd that he has “very little” time to travel and that the country is “trying to get the world together.”
Trump has often used the mural-painting campaign to promote himself, often showing the portraits in his White House and golf clubs.
Trump has been accused of making false statements and has also been sued for using his likeness without permission.