• Madame Tussauds Orlando recreates President Trump's 'TIME Magazine' cover

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    ORLANDO, Fla. - Utilizing seven staff members, two leaf blowers and several different types of strong-hold hair products, Madame Tussauds Orlando has recreated TIME Magazine's powerful cover image featuring President Trump. 
     
     
    TIME's original cover, illustrated by artist Tim O'Brien for the Feb. 27 issue, showcases President Trump seated behind the Oval Office surrounded by gusts of wind and drizzling rain. 
     
     
    The celebrity wax attraction, located in Orlando, Fla., has paid tribute to the impactful image, and brought it to life by stylizing the wax figure of President Trump in the same windswept look with hair, tie and desk papers fluttering about in a windy scene inside the Oval Office. 
     
    President Trump's wax figure was unveiled last month at Madame Tussauds Orlando. 
     
    It took artists and sculptors six months to create the figure, from the sculpting of the clay head to the insertion of thousands of individual hairs, to create the lifelike representation found in Madame Tussauds wax figures.
     
     

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