The massive balloon appeared on Wednesday on a piece of land just south of the White House, between the president's residence and the Washington monument, HuffPost noted.
The inflatable chicken, about 13-feet-tall, also became the go-to symbol during nationwide tax marches on April 15, which targeted Trump's unwillingness to release his tax information. POTUS is having a 17-day vacation at one of his golf courses in New Jersey. However, after a culmination of a five-month process, he received his permit Tuesday from the National Park Services, the Washington Examiner reported.
But there is more than one chicken - protesters across the country have ordered them online. "Hey everybody! We are raising money to bring Chicken Don to the White House".
There looked to be a dozen or so people on the roof of the White House, giving that Fox News reporter a backdrop that was very unusual between the blow-up poultry image and a small crowd on the roof.
Trump has not commented on the golden-haired chicken publicly.
And the chicken was ruling the roost on social media as #TrumpChicken was the top trend on Twitter in US. A Twitter account by the name of Tax March Chicken tweeted, "This isn't my first rodeo". The 23-foot fiberglass statue was installed outside a shopping mall in Taiyuan, China. Through the installation, documentary filmmaker Taran Singh Brar, the Indian origin owner of the balloon, wanted to make a statement about Donald Trump being a "weak and ineffective leader". Even some Trump supporters, like Latiolais' parents like the design.
That WSJ assault on Breitbart can nearly be seen as emblematic of a proxy war between the more establishment figures in the White House, like McMaster, and the nationalist set that has recently stormed Washington with the rise of Trump.