Another unflattering blimp that shows President Trump as an orange-red-haired child will fly over New Jersey for about a month, activists say.
Anti-Trump activists raised more than $ 6,000 to get one of the 20-thirty balloons showing a furious cellphone toting commander to the London Garden State, where they were fled Friday in a massive protest under the president's visit to uk
The group hopes to send its blimp high over the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster.
"Balloon is a tool that allows us to go for the president in a humorous way," said Hillsborough-based activist Didier Jimenez-Castro NJ Advance Media.
Jimenez-Castro, along with the local political activist group People's Motorcade, set up a GoFundMe on Friday to order one of the blimp from activist Leo Murray, who masterminded the British balloon. The People's Motorcade has protested outside Trumps New Jersey golf course earlier.
On Monday, the group had increased $ 6,794 ̵
"The children's room is not just a humorous, but it's also a symbol of administration. It's symbolic of the children in cages, it's a symbol of racism, and we know he hates being tricked," Jimenez said. Castro about Trump.
The balloon is also an attempt to make Trump feel unwelcome at his golf club, he said.
"During an interview, he said he did not feel welcome with Baby Trump in the display, and we had to get under his skin as much as possible", read the collection page with reference to Trump's interview with The Sun, where he patted to feel unwelcome in London.
Blimper would be delivered in about four weeks, according to the "Baby Trump Tour" Twitter account .