Disney’s Hall of Presidents Is Trying to Make Trump Look Bad

Magic Kingdom is sporting a new animatronic that is supposed to resemble the commander-in-chief — but no one is buying the likeness

Disney’s famous Hall of Presidents attraction, located in the Magic Kingdom inside Florida’s Walt Disney World Resort, finally added Donald Trump to its ranks.

This set off wild conversations and debates across social media — but for unexpected reasons.

“Was the sculptor out of town when they made [this]?” asked Laura Ingraham Tuesday night on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle.”

Trump supporters and critics alike agreed with Ingraham’s assessment of the poorly made animatronic.

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“Will anyone know who the heck he is?” asked Ingraham as a video of the animatronic in action was shown.

The Fox News host suggested the Trump model looked more like an “aged Lloyd Bridges” than the president — while also bringing up theories shared on social media that it looked like a “bloated Jon Voight” — or even Hillary Clinton.

“I completely reject that,” said Ingraham, noting the outrageousness of the situation.

She capped off her thoughts on the addition to the Hall of Presidents with a sentiment many seem to be sharing: “Disney should be ashamed.”