The wax museum Madame Tussauds in Berlin placed the figure of the former television star who became Republican President Donald Trump in a trash bin this Friday. A measure that can be seen as a wake-up call for those who will vote in the next presidential election, scheduled for next Tuesday.
“Today’s initiative has a symbolic character before the elections in the United States,” said the museum’s marketing director, Orkide Yalcindag, quoted by ‘Reuters’. “We here at Madame Tussauds Berlin removed the wax figure of Donald Trump as a preparatory measure,” he added.
The images that have already crossed the world show the wax figure of Trump inside a huge garbage container, among many garbage bags, to which are added campaign material such as the famous ‘Make America Great Again’ hats and posters that refer for the constant comments on Twitter about ‘Fake News’.
Bearing in mind that Madame Tussauds’ portfolio also includes former US presidents, which means that regardless of the results, Trump and his estate are likely to be returned soon to the Berlin museum’s premises.
As for the elections, the President of the United States seems to have a long way to go to win a second term in the White House, however, the presidential elections are already next Tuesday. Unless a “serious error” is found in polls that have shown Biden’s clear advantage over Trump, a second term may be out of the question.
According to a set of state polls released following the latest debate between Trump and Biden, the chances of the President winning a second term now require victory in key states.
In most swing states, that is, where the two candidates have very similar levels of support among voters, Joe Biden maintained a stable – though not overwhelming – leadership over Trump in the polls until the last week of the election.
Some of the statewide polling averages have been tougher since the last debate, although Biden remains consistently ahead. In three live polls in Florida, all released this Thursday, Biden led Trump by 3-5 points.
In some of the potentially decisive states, such as Pennsylvania, the polls would have to be wrong for Trump to win a significantly larger number – greater than the error in 2016. The latest poll averages show a 5-point advantage for Biden.
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