An Anarchist Collective Installed Naked Trump Statues Across America

An anarchist collective called INDECLINE has installed naked Donald Trump statues across the country.

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Just when you thought you'd really, truly seen too much of Donald Trump, life-size ass-naked statues of him start popping up around the country, starting in New York City's Union Square on Thursday morning. The Washington Post reported the anarchist collective INDECLINE is responsible for the statues, which have also been installed in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, and Cleveland.

INDECLINE is the same group responsible for changing names on the Hollywood Walk of Fame to the names of black people who were killed by the police. 

The naked Trump statues, a project the Washington Post reported is titled "The Emperor Has No B—s," is INDECLINE's latest public art attack on the GOP presidential candidate.

The NYC Department of Parks and Recreation promptly released a statement on the statue's erection, a statement one must absorb in full to truly appreciate:

After Trump announced his presidential campaign and called Mexicans "drug dealers and rapists," INDECLINE painted a mural with the text "Rape Trump" on the US-Mexico border wall in Tijuana. Last summer, the group also gained attention for creating what they say is the world's largest piece of illegal graffiti when they painted the phrase "This land was our land" on an abandoned airstrip in California's Mojave Desert. 

Donald Trump has yet to comment on the statues.

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