'This Week': Powerhouse Puzzler

The "This Week" powerhouse roundtable takes our political trivia challenge.
3:00 | 04/06/14

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Transcript for 'This Week': Powerhouse Puzzler
It is time for our powerhouse puzzler. We all saw those -- by former president George W. Bush unveiled this week. But he isn't the only -- commander in chief would -- not campaigning so here's the question. It's a visual one which twentieth century president painted this portrait of George Washington. Bring it up not bad. Just two minutes -- -- back to see if our roundtable can guess which president painted. So which twentieth century president painted this painting. Let's see who knows their political -- history -- -- -- Well I don't but I don't say that. Eisenhower's name is on this and -- just -- she and it's only. Got to that was stupid. He Eisenhower. The head and I'm glad we gave me the other signed portraits a look at the but the answer obviously is Eisenhower who wrote to British prime minister Winston Churchill quote I have no -- no instruction have no talent. And certainly no justification. For covering up nice white canvas with a kind of jobs that seemed to constantly spring from my -- -- nevertheless I like it tremendously. He was a painter just like George W. Bush.

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