After much delay, Walt Disney World has finally added President Donald Trump to their "Hall of Presidents" attraction...and robo-Trump is just as terrifying as you'd imagine he'd be.
According to Vice, it took Disney almost a full year to add President Trump to the attraction because of some behind-the-scenes drama; President Trump's team wanted to forgo convention and write his animatronic avatar's speech without any input from Disney, but usually, Disney and the current president's staff collaborate on a purposely non-partisan speech.
Well, it looks like something finally gave, because here is the first look at the newly installed Trump animatronic, set to debut to the public on Tuesday:
Ah, nice speech! I guess they decided not to go with, "I'm automatically attracted to beautiful women—I just start kissing them. It's like a magnet. Just kiss. I don't even wait. And when you're a star they let you do it. You can do anything ... Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything!"
Yes, the robot-version of Trump did have some of his most defining features–extraneous hand movements, a weird comb-over, a distinctly orange glow....
...but Twitter definitely felt that something was off:
In fact, many pointed out that Trump's avatar looks like it is being played by actor Jon Voight.
Well, congrats to the singings 'Country Bear Jamboree' bears for not being the creepiest animatronics in Disney World anymore!