Pranksters Found A Great Way To Mock Trump During North Korea Standoff

Donald Trump brought major stress to America and the rest of the free world when he delivered a most unhinged response to Pyongyang’s escalating nuclear threats.

“North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States,” the president warned, responding to a reporter’s question at his Bedminster Golf Club, where Trump has spent the last several days. “They will be met with fire, fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never seen before.”

One, the world witnessed such destruction in the summer of 1945 when the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, causing more than 130,000 casualties. Two, poking and prodding a severely unstable regime is perhaps the absolutely dumbest thing one can do.

But it seems some pranksters decided to bring some much-needed levity amid tensions with North Korea. Naturally, it was at the expense of the Donald.

A group of pranksters appear to have left one big metaphor outside Trump’s White House window: a massive inflatable chicken

A giant inflatable chicken with a resemblance to President Trump popped up near the White House on Wednesday. (FOX10 VIA FACEBOOK LIVE)

The inflated chicken appears to be the same model that was created last year in China to celebrate the Year of the Rooster, which so beautifully encapsulates the craven cowardice of Trump.

Here’s an even better image of chicken Trump via Instagram:

The inflatable chicken appears to be located adjacent to the Washington Monument, which clearly can be seen from the White House. While there was no clear-cut explanation as to why the giant inflatable chicken appeared outside the White House on Wednesday,  it was previously seen stateside at April’s Tax March demanding to see Trump’s tax returns.

Trump is presently at the “summer white house” and therefore not able to personally see the massive inflatable metaphor, but rest assure that he will eventually throw a tantrum during one of his tweet storms.

Featured image via Twitter