The only thing scarier than a real-life Donald Trump? A robot Donald Trump.
In the video, the robotic version of Trump sits between former presidents Ulysses S. Grant and Abraham Lincoln, and is introduced by none other than George Washington. TBH, robot Trump gave more of an inspiring speech than Donald ever has.
See what everyone’s talking about (below)!
lmao disney spent more time cleaning a single bathroom in the french section of epcot than they did on this sculpture of donald trump for their hall of the presidents exhibit pic.twitter.com/xFsvLdEJSg
— chris melberger (@chrismelberger) December 19, 2017
Donald Trump’s animatronic figure made its debut at Disney World’s Hall of Presidents. It opened the show by saying Simba can’t be king bc he wasn’t really born in Africa.
— Will Presti (@WillPresti) December 18, 2017
Congratulations Donald Trump on your inclusion in the Disney #HallOfPresidents The likeness is uncanny. They made your hair and your neck meat so realistic I thought it was you in person!
— Darren Hayes (@darrenhayes) December 19, 2017
They had already started on the Hillary animatronic and had to shift gears halfway through to turn it into Trump. That’s the only explanation. pic.twitter.com/qOxmhA07Y2
— Nathan Sinterklaas🎄 (@Humanstein) December 19, 2017
How did they make the Trump animatronic for Hall of Presidents look nothing like him but equally as ugly? 😂😂
— Happy HoliDougs (@douglasdugless) December 19, 2017
In his Hall of Presidents appearance, Trump is introduced by George Washington and goes on to tell a story about this one time he tried to fuck Tawny Kitaen at China Club pic.twitter.com/Rz3vEpRqla
— Patrick Monahan (@pattymo) December 19, 2017
SECURITY: “Sir, please stop breaking into the Hall of Presidents after hours.”
DON JR: “This is the only way my dad will talk to me”
— Jess Dweck (@TheDweck) December 19, 2017
Donald Trump being added to Disney’s “Hall of Presidents” is now the world’s most well-known participation trophy.
— Charlotte Clymer🏳️🌈 (@cmclymer) December 18, 2017
[Image via YouTube.]