If anyone's ever been to the Disney World park in Orlando, Florida, they'll find an attraction called the Hall Of Presidents which features animatronic versions of past Presidents, including George Washington, Barack Obama, George H.W. Bush - and the current President, Donald Trump.
The animatronic robot made headlines late last year for... well, not looking anything like Donald Trump, which in turn led to people theorising that everyone expected Hillary Clinton to win and merely modified the mask to look like Trump rather than make a brand new one.
Anyway, the Hall Of Presidents has now seen its first protest at Donald Trump, with comedian Jay Malsky attempting to start a chant during the ride. Take a look at the video.
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In a statement provided to Splinter shortly after the video went viral, Malksy described Trump as "a mad man with fascist tendancies (sic) who has persuaded millions of middle-class Americans to vote against their own interests."
Malksy went on, saying that he hopes those he interrupted during the ride will "think about the thousands children being taken away from their parents because of Trump’s racist immigration policies, or the parents of the hundreds of trans people murdered each year by transphobic and homophobic people, or the negative impacts of the tax bill on poor and middle-income Americans."
Disney released no statement on the incident, but Malsky has said that a friend of his is willing to donate $1 for every character if Donald Trump tweets about the protest to LGBT charity Trevor Project.