It seems to be a solitary event. As it was reported, a veteran in Florida noticed that the spots on the wall that the photos of the former president and VA Secretary occupied at that particular VA office were blank. To correct that oversight, he obtained photos of the incumbents and hung them there. But the VA removed them -- the photos were not official, you see.
This is the sort of passive aggression that really annoys the hell out of people. But is this common? Are government employees across the nation resisting any acknowledgment of the administration? Or more importantly, are they resisting the efforts of the president to improve government?
One has to wonder if the VA discriminates among their patients against a veteran who, for example, showed up wearing a red Make America Great Again hat.
Drain the swamp.