It is clarified that the exhibit was moved from the hall because of the visitors who beat it. A manager at Ripley Entertainment, which owns the museum, said the figure suffered serious damage. According to Clay Stewart, the guests beat her and scratched the politician’s face.
It is currently unknown when the exhibit will be repaired and displayed in the hall again. Stewart noted that this is likely to happen when the institution receives the current US President’s wax figure, Joe Biden.
In January, it became known that Trump’s giant inflatable figure had appeared at the Museum of London. The new exhibit, which was created with funds raised through crowdfunding, depicts the politician as a crying baby in diapers and with a phone in hand. It is clarified that the helium-filled figurine first took to the skies over London in 2018 when the city was protesting against the visit of the American leader. Later, the inflatable Trump flew over France, Argentina, Ireland and Denmark.