Cohen pleaded guilty in August to campaign finance violations alleging he coordinated with Trump on a hush-money scheme to buy the silence of Daniels and a Playboy model who alleged affairs.
"It's really Donald Trump all over".
Thomas' website also offers a similar version of the painting, called "The Democratic Club", where Barack Obama is sitting where Trump sits in the Republican version. Gerald Ford is leaning against a pillar. Eisenhower leans in next to Trump.
It soon sparked social media mockery.
"Like, you could borrow stuff from the Smithsonian or the National Gallery of Art but, nope, you're gonna decorate the White House with crap from the Things Remembered kiosk at the mall", wrote journalist Benjamin Freed in another comment. Its curator retired a year ago and has not been replaced.
The artist said the mysterious woman looming in the background is the future first woman Republican president, which is also shown in his Democratic painting.
"The comments a moment ago that Larry Kudlow made are so irresponsible, so risky that it's just hard to believe that a leading government official could make them", Sanders told host George Stephanopoulos after Kudlow - a fervent climate denier - accused the United Nations of overestimating the severity of the climate crisis. Some of the changes included Russian President Vladimir Putin being put into the painting or trying to make Trump look "more realistic". "I mean, there are many people that have said to me ..." As he has done previously, Trump played down his relationship with Cohen in the AP interview, calling his former longtime attorney "a PR person who did small legal work" and saying it was "very sad" that Cohen had struck a plea deal with prosecutors. "There's some bad ones out there".