Donald Trump is one of the most unpopular presidents in the world. With a ridiculously low approval rating of 42.4 percent, people have openly criticized him and his policies in numerous ways. But, the latest symbols of the public’s hate for their president are these new Trump themed toilets that feature a crowned pig and read “Take A Trump.”
The gold colored commodes have appeared in numerous states of the U.S. including, Texas, , Oregon, Florida, Illinois, California, Colorado and Nevada.
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The “Trump toilets” have been introduced by an art group known as Art Flinksters on Instagram. According to the spokesperson, who goes by the name of Art, around 50-60 artists have come together to work on the initiative.
“This project is just to make people aware. To let the people in charge know that what they’re doing is being watched and dissected very carefully,” Art said.
“We saw it Saturday night as we were on our way home from dinner. It caught my eye and I did a double take. And as I got closer and could read it, my wife and I immediately burst into laughter,” said Reggie Lyons who saw one of the toilets at Ball State University campus in Muncie.
Apparently, people are loving the toilets so much, they’re even taking them to their homes. Art Finksters has put up several pictures of people admiring the commodes and taking photos with them on their Instagram page.
This is not the first time something like this has happened with the POTUS. In august, even before his election, a group called INDECLINE erected naked Trump statues in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Cleveland and Seattle. Passersby excitedly took pictures with the piece of art work but authorities soon took them down.
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