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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following information published by TheHill.com:

The inventor of a new statue depicting President Trump sitting on the toilet while tweeting says the figure will be heading to London just in time for the president’s scheduled state visit next month.

Don Lessem, a renowned dinosaur expert and founder of the Jurassic Foundation, said in a recent interview with the Daily Kos, a liberal-leaning blog and internet forum, that his goal “is to create this year’s attention-getting and bile-producing sequel to the Trump baby balloon, and one that could be more easily deployed at rallies all over the world.”

The article goes on to state the following:

He told the Daily Kos that he has been in touch with the organizers behind the protest in London last year that saw a Trump baby blimp fly over the city during the president’s previous last visit.

The new statue Lessem created shows Trump with an enlarged head sitting on a toilet with his pants down while tweeting. A video Lessem shared to YouTube shows the figure saying things like “No collusion,” “I’m a very stable genius” and “you are fake news.”

It also makes fart noises and wears a “Make America Great Again” hat that includes the text: “Impeach Me!”

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