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"So a massive inflatable chicken showed up at the White House today".
This isn't the first Washington has seen of the Trump chicken - the fowl made its debut in April at a march meant to pressure Trump to release his tax returns.
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"I realised it's actually better, because the symbolism works and the Secret Service won't be as jumpy", Brar said.
The militant roosters will come from all over the country-Brar's got lots of friends with versions of the chicken ranging from six to 16 feet ready to pitch in for the cause. But Brar pointed out that considering the president's frequent use of Twitter and social media, it's very likely he'll catch wind of the incident.
It was put there by protesters arguing Trump should release his tax returns.
The inflatable Trump Chicken is a copy of the giant Trump Rooster mascot, which was first unveiled by a mall in the city of Taiyuan in China in December to welcome Chinese New Year. Trump, however, has missed the chicken protest as he has been staying at his golf course in Bed minster, New Jersey. This blow-up poultry also had hands making gestures similar to some of the ones that Trump's been known to make.
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