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Photo reveals Trump has a sculpture of Mount Rushmore with his own face added

Donald Trump proudly shows a sculpture of Mount Rushmore that has been altered to incorporate his face, in his workplace at Mar-a-Lago, pictures have revealed.

Mr Trump posed for photos with acquitted teenager Kyle Rittenhouse and a Taekwandoe administrator which present the statue on a shelf under a distinctive crimson MAGA cap and different memorabilia.

The sculpture is believed to be the one gifted by South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem after Mr Trump spoke on the well-known landmark throughout a Fourth of July political rally in 2020, and reportedly value $1100.

It reveals Mr Trump’s face alongside United States presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt.

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In August 2020, the White Home reportedly contacted Ms Noem in regards to the course of of including extra presidents to Mount Rushmore.

The bust might be seen within the backside left of the picture of Mr Trump with Kyle Rittenhouse

(Twitter)

Ms Noem stated in a 2018 interview the pair had mentioned the historic landmark throughout their first assembly within the Oval Workplace, the place Mr Trump stated it was his “dream” to have his face added.

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She initially thought he was joking. and began laughing.

Mr Trump’s Mount Rushmore statue might be clearly seen on this picture with the president of Kukkiwon Taekwando Lee Dong-sup

(Kukkiwon Taekwando)

“He wasn’t laughing, so he was completely severe.”

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Mr Trump additionally raised the prospect of putting himself on Mount Rushmore at a marketing campaign rally in Youngstown, Ohio, in 2017.

The Mount Rushmore bust might be clearly seen in a picture posted to the Kukkiwon Taekwando Fb web page, when Mr Trump obtained an honorary ninth dan belt certificates in taekwondo from the governing physique’s president Lee Dong-sup.

Mr Trump claimed in April that had he been a Democrat, he would already be immortalised on Mount Rushmore.

Sculptor Lee Heuning confirmed to The Day by day Beast that it was his work.

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