NEW YORK – It’s Donald Trump like he’s never been seen before.
Life-size naked statues of the Republican presidential nominee have been put up in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle and Cleveland. They’re the brainchild of an activist collective called INDECLINE, which says it’s vehemently against a Trump presidency.
The statues were created by an artist in Cleveland. They are of a stern-faced Trump with his hands folded over a bulging belly. Some parts of male genitalia are visible while others seemingly are missing.
A statue in New York City’s Union Square quickly drew the attention of people before it was removed by the parks department.
INDECLINE says statues on the West Coast were still in place Thursday.
Trump’s campaign has declined to comment on the statues.
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