Walt Disney World pulled the curtain off its recently updated Hall of Presidents exhibit, revealing the new animatronic robot of the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, at its world-famous Orlando theme park.
The robotic Trump speaks just after founding father George Washington, reminding all-Americans that “from its beginnings, America has been a nation defined by its people.”
“At our founding, it was the American people who rose up to defend our freedoms and win our independence. It is why our founders began our great constitution with three very simple words, ‘We the people.’”
“Above all, to be American is to be an optimist, to believe that we can always do better, and that the best days of our great nation are still ahead of us,” the robot concludes.
The Hall of Presidents originally opened at Walt Disney World in 1971, and depicts Philadelphia’s famed Independence Hall. Since the early 1990s, every President dating back to Bill Clinton has voiced the robot’s speech, and had input and approval over the words spoken.
Watch the animatronic Trump above.
FUMBLE: 'Monday Night Football' Ratings TANK to Season Low
The National Football League continues to hemorrhage fans as player protests during the national anthem continue into their tenth week; with television ratings for the NFL’s flagship ‘Monday Night Football’ reaching near-season lows as angry viewers change the channel.
According to Deadline Hollywood, the embattled league’s ratings took a major hit following the weekend’s Veteran’s Day protests, with three Miami Dolphins players “taking a knee” during Monday night’s match-up as the ‘Star-Spangled Banner’ filled the stadium.
“All of which saw the Week 10 MNF snag a 6.2 in metered market results last night. While likely to be the winner on both broadcast and cable, that is a decline of 18% from last week’s Monday Night Football,” writes Deadline. “Perhaps more painful for the Disney-owned cabler and the league is that last night’s game was basically steady in MM numbers with the MNF season low of October 17 when the Tennessee Titans beat the Indianapolis Colts.”
The NFL has been struggling to regain its footing following weeks of players choosing to “take a knee” during the performance of the US national anthem.
The ensuing controversy gained national attention when President Trump called for a total boycott of the NFL until officials and owners require players to stand during the ‘Star-Spangled Banner.’
GREAT AGAIN: $2 TRILLION Added to US Economy Under President Trump
The United States Stock Market has added over $2 trillion to the American economy since President Trump won the 2016 presidential election; smashing expectations and further signaling a robust recovery following years of stagnant growth under Barack Obama.
According to CNBC, the S&P 500 stock index grew by $2.04 trillion since Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton last November; soaring after the election on renewed hopes of significant tax reform and the reduction of burdensome regulations imposed by Trump’s predecessor.
The largest gains were seen in information technology, financial services, healthcare, and materials.
President Trump now sets his sights on reforming the nation’s complicated and outdated tax code, a key campaign promise to deliver tax relief to millions of American families and businesses.
“People are in wait-and-see mode in terms of tax reform. We get a bit of a pop every time it gets mentioned, but I think the market is in a bit of disbelief,” said one market strategist.
Analysts also credit President Trump’s pledge to rebuild the American military with the massive rise in stocks associated with Defense contracts, reporting some businesses have seen growth of 30% since the US election last fall.