The New York Post reports:
Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia said it means “a lot” to have his father, the late US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, included in President Trump’s proposed national garden remembering scores of American heroes.
“It would mean a lot. I didn’t see that one coming and it was really touching to hear. I hope it would mean a lot to the American people, too,” Scalia said on “Fox News Sunday.”
”We need heroes. We need to admire our forebears and recognize what is great and good in our past. That is what the president is emphasizing right now,” he added.
Trump’s proposed garden would also feature monuments to John Adams, Susan B. Anthony, Alexander Hamilton, Dolly Madison, Frederick Douglass, and others.