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People Are Concerned About This Inflatable Trump Rooster Near The White House

"I don't think calling Trump a chicken is the smartest move right now."

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After this Trump-like statue was erected to usher in the Year of Rooster in Taiyuan, China, retailers began selling inflatable imitations of it.

Bless whomever was responsible for this statue in Taiyuan, China. Year of the rooster, indeed! 🐔😬

Like this:

A Chinese factory is hatching giant inflatable chickens resembling Donald Trump to usher in the #yearoftherooster

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30ft Trump chicken inflated behind the White House. Walked over to see for myself. Children(pictured)were kicking i… https://t.co/mVN1QUQG8I

It appears some protesters have inflated this behind the White House.

"YAS GAWD," one person responded.

Another person found it to be heroic.

Sometimes a hero steps forward. https://t.co/0NSk7RmH0i

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But others were concerned...

Given the recent political escalations, I'm not entirely convinced we should be goading Trump by calling him a chic… https://t.co/dWkK02Akdb

I don't think calling Trump a chicken is the smartest move right now. https://t.co/XMMkgMSGmo

Is this the beginning of the end?

Why did they burn the world daddy? Well you see child, there was this inflatable chicken and https://t.co/M5xA09mWJa

It's unclear if the president of the United States is aware of the inflatable rooster, as he is not at home. He's in New Jersey— at his golf club.

Remy Smidt is a reporter with BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

Contact Remy Smidt at remy.smidt@buzzfeed.com.

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