The infamous sculpture of Donald Trump carved into Mount Rushmore has now been revealed for the first time, as it sits on a shelf in Mar-a-Lago.
It has long been reported in the past how the former US President has a small statue featuring him as the latest edition in the historic monument. This includes his face and distinctive features, which were actually given to him as a gift by South Dakota’s governor named Kristi Noem.
While previous mock-ups of the famous statue were released in the past, this is the first time that the real object has been photographed in Trump’s private office at Mar-a-Lago, confirmed reports.
In that particular piece of art, you can clearly see a picture of Donald Trump beaming with a wide smile as he poses up for a photo with the honorary black belt from the World Taekwondo headquarters.
On the extreme left of him, you can see the mini version of the famous Mount Rushmore monument that features his head as the fifth and latest edition, clearly signaling his importance in US politics and perhaps history.
In addition to Trump, you can also see George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt too.
But clearly, this is not something that too many people were expecting as a new and bolted edition next to the Great Emancipator, who is now the fifth addition to the rockface.
In particular, you can notice Trump’s signature hairstyle and a sculpted version of his collar and tie too in the sculpture.
The statue is placed below a shelf that has a MAGA hat, followed by hanging images of Trump from his residence, including images from a meeting held with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un.