Inflatable Trump Chicken Returns To Washington

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 11, 2017

As Joshua Green pointed out in his book Devil's Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump and the Storming of the Presidency, former Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus and Ryan took off for the hills as soon as the Access Hollywood tape was released.

A giant, inflatable chicken with orange hair similar to President Donald Trump showed up near the White House in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, August 9.

The same inflatable chicken has also been seen at Tax Day March events across the county.

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Taran Singh Brar, a 31-year-old documentary filmmaker and organizer, reportedly spent $1,300 on the puffy poultry to mock Trump for being "too chicken" to release his tax returns.

"Trump causes so much stress and chaos in people's lives", Brar said.

It worked. On a Fox News segment, Shepard Smith ended a segment with the Associated Press' Josh Lederman, the White House in the background, about what was beyond the South Lawn in the right hand corner of the screen. The giant chicken named "Chicken Don" was placed near the White House by Indian-origin activist Taran Singh Brar to protest against the United States president's reluctance to release his tax returns and how his handling of North Korea and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Brar, in a report by Reuters, said: "I brought the chicken out here to make a statement nearly like a visual, political protest to critique the President's behaviour".

In November last year, a Seattle-based illustrator designed a giant rooster sculpture resembling Trump for a company that wanted a statue for the Chinese New Year to commemorate the Year of the Rooster. Chicken Don will probably remain at the top of the pecking order, though-he's one of only two full-scale 30-foot models in the country.

The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment. There's been a tax march, The Women's march.

"I would much rather have a different president than make any money off this, I'll say that", Latiolais said.

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