Today the New York Times is reporting that a wax statue of Donald Trump is being taken down for repair after constantly getting punched in the face at Louis Tussaud’s Palace of Wax in San Antonio.  That’s not too big of news on it’s own, similar things have happened to wax statues of Barack Obama and George W. Bush. But, have you seen this photo of it:

Man, that looks horrible. It makes me wonder, why is it so hard to get Trump’s face right when making it into a statue? I mean, take a look at his representation at the hall of presidents in Disney World:

It’s so bad that there are conspiracy theories abound that Disney was already working on a Hillary Clinton one before the 2016 election because they were sure she was going to win and had to quickly change it top Trump after he won instead. Not sure how true it is, but it’s certainly more believable than the lie about widespread vote fraud in the 2020 election.

Other presidents seem to have faired better, here’s one of the Obamas:

 

This is from the London Wax Museum. Not perfect, but a lot better than ol’ Trump up there.

Bush 43 seems to have faired better as well:

This is from Madame Tussauds in New York. There’s something disturbing about the head/body size ratio or something. I can’t quite put my finger on it.

There’s a wax museum in South Dakota near Mount Rushmore focuses mainly on presidents. They have this weird picture of their wax Bush at their museum:

 

Which I guess is supposed to be inspirational, but instead reminds me of the creepy Biden meme:

Speaking of Biden, the National Presidential Wax Museum says they’re working on a Biden statue, and provide this picture as proof:

Looks like they’re making him out of clay, giving him a similar origin story to Wonder Woman. And they have a picture of them creating their Trump statue as well:

But you can’t convince me that isn’t just an actual picture of Trump getting his hair done for the 2017 inauguration.

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