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‘Creepiest thing ever’: Internet roasts ‘nightmare fuel’ Trump robot at Disney’s Hall of Presidents

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A talking robot resembling President Donald Trump has now been added to the Hall of Presidents exhibit in Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida — and it has filled with internet with both horror and ridicule.

Disney announced on Monday that it had added Trump to the Hall of Presidents exhibit, just more than a year after he was first elected in November 2016. The choice to give Trump a speaking role at the exhibit has proven controversial, although Disney has wisely steered away from having the robotic Trump call Mexican immigrants “rapists” or boast about grabbing women by their genitals.

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However, the appearance of the Trump robot was deeply disturbing to a great number of Twitter users, and many quickly jumped to mock the way the robot looked.

Check out the top responses below.

 

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Trump pardoned Edward Gallagher for war crimes — but the Navy is still ousting him from the SEALs: report

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The acceptability of committing war crimes while in uniform is putting the U.S. Navy on a collision course with President Donald Trump's White House.

"The Navy SEAL at the center of a high-profile war crimes case has been ordered to appear before Navy leaders Wednesday morning, and is expected to be notified that the Navy intends to oust him from the elite commando force," The New York Times reported Tuesday, citing "two Navy officials."

"The move could put the SEAL commander, Rear Adm. Collin Green, in direct conflict with President Trump, who last week cleared the sailor, Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher, of any judicial punishment in the war crimes case. Military leaders opposed that action as well as Mr. Trump’s pardons of two soldiers involved in other murder cases," the newspaper reported.

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Sorry Devin Nunes: Impeachment TV ratings aren’t down — they’re up and ‘the best all year’

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The top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee misinformed viewers of the impeachment hearing with a falsehood while going out of his way to insult witnesses.

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) attempted to downplay testimony from Ambassador Kurt Volker and former NSC official Tim Morrison.

"Well, Ambassador and Mr. Morrison, I have some bad news for you, TV ratings are way down," Nunes claimed.

"Way down," he repeated.

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Federal prosecutors will interview Ukraine gas company executive for probe into Rudy Giuliani

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The Associated Press reported Tuesday afternoon that federal prosecutors are going to interview an executive working with a Ukraine state-owned gas company as part of their investigation into Rudy Giuliani.

While Giuliani was working to stir up dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden, he was also working on scoring cash from a lucrative deal with the gas company Naftogaz.

The AP said that a lawyer for Andrew Favorov has revealed that his client is slated to meet with the U.S. Justice Department.

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