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Inflatable chicken resembling Trump placed near White House

11 August 2017
Inflatable chicken resembling Trump placed near White House

"Breaking news about North Korea comes to a screeching halt due to an inflatable chicken in the white house lawn..."

The chicken sports a bright red wattle, the fleshy comb found below a rooster's beak - echoing the president's favorite color of necktie.

While the chicken, which has an uncanny resemblance to Trump, can bee seen outside of the White House, it appeared without explanation or message attached.

The report said Kelly came to the White House with a mission to "fix a broken system".

When the 30-foot bird with the golden coif appeared this week on the Ellipse, a park directly south of the White House in view of the Washington Monument, onlookers had no trouble identifying its human doppelgänger. He told FOX 5's Ronica Cleary he has named this massive chicken similarly to the names that Trump has previously used during his presidential campaign such as "Little Marco" and "Lyin' Ted". 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".

Following the flurry of images on social media, a Tax March Chicken Twitter account tweeted: 'This isn't my first rodeo. She said that she wanted to check it out for herself, but what she saw when she got there were children kicking it.

Tourists visiting the nation's capital on Wednesday were treated to a weird sight when a giant inflatable "Trump" chicken was deployed near the White House. According to The Hill, replicas of the statue have been popping up all over the United States ever since.

America's whimsy reserves have taken a beating over the last seven months, what with, well, everything, so it's nice to see that Donald Trump's critics haven't lost touch with their sillier side. We have reason to believe that rich, out of touch real estate families who engage in shady dealings may not actually know what chickens are.