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10 August 2017, 01:58 | Rufus Hill
Taran Singh Brar says he bought it for $1300.
The California native used one word to describe the leader of the free world: Chicken.
A large inflatable chick with golden orange hair has been spotted outside the White House.
Mr. Brar's protest came just one day after the president issued a warning to North Korea that "fire and fury" would rain down upon the nation if the Kim regime threatened the US with its nuclear missile program.
Situated on the Ellipse facing the White House, the chicken was likely placed there by protestors demanding that President Trump release his tax returns. It's a visual protest.
Danelle Morton, a veteran journalist and first-time organizer, is responsible for the chickens.
Brar hopes to lead a "chicken march" in protest against the President and his foreign policies. It last made an appearance in Washington D.C.in April. Trump is on a 17-day working vacation at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. The "chicken" is touring the area to promote the march which aims to pressure US President Donald Trump into releasing his tax records.
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