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Trump in Hall of Presidents: Disney Display Debuts Tuesday

By    |   Tuesday, 19 December 2017 09:17 AM

President Donald Trump makes his animatronic debut at Disney's Hall of Presidents in Orlando on Tuesday, after months of delays and a string of controversial rumors, The Washington Post reported.

Disney World closed down the Hall of Presidents in January as its team set to work to include President Donald Trump in the Liberty Square attraction, and now finally the life-sized audio-animatronic robot has been unveiled.

A short clip of Trump's animatronic debut in the Hall of Presidents was leaked by Disney fan site WDWMagic.com, which shows the president standing near Abraham Lincoln at center stage.

"Above all, to be American is to be an optimist — to believe that we can always do better — and that the best days of our great nation are still ahead of us," the Trump figure says, per The New York Times.

According to a statement by Disney Parks, Trump personally recorded phrases to be used exclusively for the Hall of Presidents. This is a longstanding tradition that has been fulfilled by each sitting president since the early 1990s.

The concept was established in 1964, when a single animated figure of President Abraham Lincoln was created for the New York World's Fair and, as technology advanced, so the attraction grew to include every chief executive that has served the U.S.

The Hall of Presidents officially re-opens on Tuesday but social media has already been buzzing, with numerous tweets noting a striking resemblance between the animatronic Trump and actor Jon Voight, USA Today said.

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