Elvis Presley, the late rock musician and six other Americans, received the highest civilian award of President Liberty Medal on Friday, among them Elvis's voice in a single song at the White House sounded briefly for a short time.
Two late players – Freestyle George Herman "Baby" Ruth and Supreme Court Antonin Scallia – were honored at the ceremony of US President Donald Tramp.
Meryl Adamsone, the wife of the Casino Tycoon Charlotte Adelson, was rewarded, similar to her husband, a donor of the Republican party, Republican senator Orin Hatch and former US football star Roger Staubhas and Alan Peyges.
Tramps who showed respect for Elvis, who met with former President Richard Nixon at the White House in the 1970s, stopped recording Elvis's Gospel song "How You Are Great".
Tramps said that this song was his idea. When the game was stopped in a few seconds, the president was disappointed and said that the event organizers "do not have the advertising capacity."
Tramps also recalled that for decades, at Elvis's concert, they attended a concert where enthusiastic fans "went out, shouted and became crazy".
To calm the crowd, it was announced at the time that Elvis had left the house, said Tramps. "If it was not said, then I think I would still be there," Tramps joked.