Disney Debuts President Trump's Animatronic Figure in Hall of Presidents

Danny Woods
January 18, 2018

Walt Disney World's Hall of Presidents officially reopened at Disney's Magic Kingdom on Tuesday, December 19, with the current POTUS leading the pack. The 25-minute theater attraction, which features moving likenesses of every USA president, had been closed since January 2017 for updates.

"From the beginning, America has been a nation defined by its people", the animatronic Trump says as part of his speech.

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More than one has even stated that the animatronic likeness looks more like Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight than Trump.

After Trump's election, many people called on Disney not to add Trump to its Hall of Presidents.

"It's a privilege to serve as the President of the United States, to stand here among so many great leaders of our past, and to work on behalf of the American people".

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Robot President Trump's browline, nose, and lips all look distinctly feminine, and even his jowls have Clintonesque folds. "Horrifying face, checkmate. When Trump is impeached, can they move this to the Haunted Mansion?" But perhaps the most interesting theory about the origin of the figure is that Trump's robot was actually meant to be a figure of Clinton, his 2016 election rival, which was then hastily molded to reflect Trump's face at the last minute when he won the election.

While Disney hasn't yet released robo-Trump's full comments, you can watch a video preview of his appearance below.

Disney's animatronic Trump. photo: Twitter.

Walt Disney World park guests will experience President Trump addressing them at the Hall of Presidents starting today.

Then again, using quotes that actually describe who Trump is and why he got elected would take away from the main message of the attraction: that the presidents are worthy of respect.

"What are we gonna do with the Trump robot after that?"

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