Donald Trump joins Disney’s Hall of Presidents, but not everyone is impressed

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP/WSVN) — An animatronic figure of Donald Trump has joined Disney’s Hall of Presidents in Florida.

The Orlando Sentinel reports that a robotic facsimile of the 45th president of the United States stood front and slightly off-center Monday for the soft reopening of the long-running Walt Disney World attraction. The Hall of Presidents officially opened Tuesday.

The Trump figure moves his head during the traditional roll call of leaders, motions with his arms and gives a brief speech.

But not everyone is impressed with the end result.

After photos and video emerged of the new animatronic figure, people on Twitter criticized the robot’s likeness, or lack thereof, of the president.

Commenters said the Trump figurine more closely resembles actor Jon Voight, Angela Lansbury, Back to the Future character Biff Tannen, and even his election opponent Hillary Clinton.

A Disney spokeswoman says Trump recorded his Hall of Presidents script earlier this year. Every sitting president since Bill Clinton has had a speaking part.

The Hall of Presidents debuted at the Magic Kingdom in 1971 and gets an update with each change in leadership. After closing in January, the theater received an upgrade in its sound, light and projection packages.

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