20 January, 2017
This isn't the first time Trump has been made into a Madame Tussauds figure.
Last month, artists at Madame Tussauds released a behind-the-scenes video that showed their around-the-clock work preparing the president-elect's wax statue before January 20.
Trump's hair took more than five weeks to complete, with each hair inserted by hand.
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"Mr. Trump was the most-searched person globally on Google in 2016, so the pressure was on to flawless his iconic features in time for inauguration", says Therese Alvich, General Manager of Madame Tussauds Washington, D.C. said in a statement Wednesday.
Dressed in a patriotic dark blue suit, red tie and Made in America flag lapel pin, Trump will replace Barack Obama in a White House oval office set. Visitors at other locations will find Trump in oval office settings. "I was lucky enough to get some measurements from a sitting we had in 1997 at the Trump towers", said chief sculptor David Gardner.
Madame Tussauds is getting presidential.
The wax figure depiction of Trump will be seen concurrently at the museum's locations in Orlando, New York, and London. Though the museum did have a seated statue of Trump already that needed to be updated, Tussauds began working on new wax heads of both Trump and Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton during the general election because they take so long to create.