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Protesters are planning to fly the blimp designed to look like an infant President Trump during his visit to Scotland this week.

BBC News reports the organizers behind the balloon, who raised over $40,000 to fly it in London during Trump’s trip to the United Kingdom, are planning to transport the 20-foot-tall inflatable baby to Scotland overnight to fly it on Saturday when the president is expected to play at his Turnberry golf course.

The article goes on to state the following:

Police Scotland told the publication that they would not allow protesters to fly the blimp at the Turnberry during the president’s visit, but that they would be happy to discuss other options for the balloon with protesters.

Anti-Trump activist Matthew Butcher, who is also one of the balloon’s “babysitters,” told the publication it “brings an element of fun to the protests, but it also gets under Donald Trump’s very thin skin.”

Butcher went on to say the demonstration aims to “hold up a mirror” to the president’s “toddler-like politics.”

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