Cartoon characters will replace the president’s iconic face in some public spaces.
The White House has made the announcement on Twitter.
A spokesperson said the “cute characters will not be used in public.”
The decision was announced on Tuesday, and was made after the administration and the National Parks Conservation Association met to discuss the issue.
The president has faced criticism over his use of the phrase “cancel” during his first weeks in office.
The cartoon characters include characters like a monkey with a bow, a frog and a monkey, and a duck and a cow.
The Trump family includes a pig, a duck, a cat and a rabbit.
A group of about 100,000 people rallied in front of the White House on Monday and chanted “Trump, Trump, Trump” as they held up signs reading “Trump will not rule again.”