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Giant Rooster Inflated Behind The White House

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A giant rooster with perfectly coiffed orange hair creating a striking resemblance to President Trump was placed outside the White House Wednesday.

The rooster was previously used as a form of protest for Trump to release his tax returns. However, it is unclear why the rooster made its arrival again, according to CBS News. Trump is currently on a 17-day working vacation at his golf club in Bedminster, N.J.

The mysterious return of the rooster to the White House caused a social media frenzy.

“Giant inflatable chicken resembling Trump spotted near The White House,” tweeted The Hill Wednesday.

“There’s a giant rooster with what appears to be Donald Trump hair parked behind the White House,” tweeted Erica.


One can shop for Trump-like 10 feet tall inflatable chickens for $500 on eBay.

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