Giant inflatable chicken hangs out near White House lawn

Giant inflatable chicken hangs out near White House lawn

Giant inflatable chicken hangs out near White House lawn

The prop soon went viral on social media.

A giant rooster with perfectly coiffed orange hair creating a striking resemblance to President Trump was placed outside the White House Wednesday.

Not long after taking over as President Donald Trump's new chief of staff, retired general John Kelly told hundreds of White House staffers to put the country first and the president second.

The placement of the chicken was done by Taran Singh Brar, a film-maker.

Brar listed Trump's unwillingness to release tax returns, stand up to Vladimir Putin and dealing with North Korea as his prime examples.

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He also used it for April's Tax Day March in Chicago, protesting the president for not releasing his own tax returns.

The man, documentary film maker Taran Singh Brar, made a decision to purchase and then erect this inflatable monstrosity in front of the White House as a form of protest against President Trump's policies - specifically because Brar says the president is "playing chicken" with North Korea. "And then I realized it's actually better, because the [symbolism] works and the Secret Service won't be as jumpy". The inflatable denizen is on the property legally, as Brar was issued a permit after a long process by the National Park Service. He's golfing in Bedminster, New Jersey during a seventeen-day working vacation.

Today, Washington DC residents came into contact with a sight that sparked both delight and disapproval (but mostly delight). "They gave me a waiver for the 30-foot chicken Don".

The inflatable chicken seems to be modeled after a 23-foot statue outside a mall in the Chinese city of Taiyuan.

Brar also set up a GoFundMe page back in March to raise money for the inflatable chicken.

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