Giant Inflatable Chicken Outside White House Looks A Lot Like Trump

Elias Hubbard
August 12, 2017

A giant inflatable chicken donning President Donald Trump's signature hairdo and hand gestures appeared on the White House lawn.

"I brought the chicken out here to make a statement, nearly like a visual political protest to critique the president's behavior", Brar told Reuters. And then you have the leaks where people want to love me and they're all fighting for love.

- Sean O (@seanodotcom) August 9, 2017I believe. that is a giant chicken. with Trump hair.in front of the White House.

Pres. Trump is now not in the White House to see the inflatable prop that resembles him.

A USA Today report cited Brar as saying that he obtained all necessary permits for the installation from the National Parks Service and the US Secret Service.

Social media users are calling it the Trump Chicken.

Looking to the sycophantic Fox News, which practically serves as the in-house communications channel for all pro-Trump propaganda these days, certainly makes sense.

The massive balloon appeared on Wednesday on a piece of land just south of the White House, between the president's residence and the Washington monument, HuffPost noted.

This isn't the first Washington has seen of the Trump chicken - the fowl made its debut in April at a march meant to pressure Trump to release his tax returns.

The same inflatable chicken has also been seen at Tax Day March events across the county. The balloon has been a protest prop across the country. eBay lists several available inflatable Trump chickens that are manufactured in China.

"The whole thing was he's chicken for not releasing his tax returns", said Latiolais. Taub added the chickens were a "good symbol" for the march as Trump was too scared to release his tax returns and also because the chickens were "more fun and entertaining than tax policy".

President Trump is not now at the White House.

Last year, a chicken statue was unveiled as a mascot for a Chinese mall.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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