Hilarious Nude Donald Trump Statue Pops Up in New York City

Hilarious Nude Donald Trump Statue Pops Up in New York City

The Trumperor has no clothes.

A disturbing nude statue of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump — sporting his trademark comb-over and nothing more — materialized bizarrely Thursday in Union Square.

The billionaire’s buck-naked image became an instant internet sensation while drawing hordes of onlookers eagerly snapping pictures or shooting video with their smartphones.

“It’s the best picture I’ve ever seen of him!” said a laughing Josephine Espinal, 45, of Park Slope. “It’s history.”

It was difficult to ignore the tiny genitals hanging from beneath the enormous gut on the faux Trump, as noted by 18-year-old SUNY-Binghamton student Jack Strosser.

“It’s pretty hilarious,” said the Greenpoint resident. “It’s very striking. I hope it stays up, because it’s pretty accurate in a literal and figurative way.”

The statute was created over the past four months by a sculptor identified only as “Ginger” and the American Activist Collective INDECLINE.

Hordes of onlookers came out to express their feelings about Trump.
Hordes of onlookers came out to express their feelings about Trump.

Mayor de Blasio joked about the statue at a Bronx news conference: “That is a frightening thought. When he’s wearing clothes I don’t like him. I can only imagine.”

City workers arrived shortly before 1:30 p.m. and carted the Trump art away.

“The Emperor has no b—s,” reads a plaque placed at the bottom of the statue. The creators issued a statement blasting Trump’s presidential aspirations.

City workers arrived shortly after 1 p.m. to cart naked Trump away.
City workers arrived shortly after 1 p.m. to cart naked Trump away.

“It’s our hope that Donald Trump, our modern day emperor of Facism and Bigotry, is never installed in the most powerful political and military position in the world,” said a press release about the installation.

The life-sized statues were also put on display in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Cleveland and Seattle.

Zulayke Veitia, 34, of Harlem, saw the artwork as a Trumpian metaphor.

“It’s shocking — he’s exposed,” she said. “But he exposed himself.”

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