Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spent an untoward amount of time during the primary season insisting that, despite political rival Marco Rubio's statement to the contrary, his hands are adequately sized. The subtext of Rubio's statement wasn't lost on Trump, and he very quickly and publicly defended the size of his dick.
If a jab about short fingers got under Trump's gossamer skin, we'd love to see how he'd react to a new series of lifelike sculptures created and disseminated by the “underground movement” and guerilla art collective Indecline. Entitled “The Emperor Has No Balls,” the series of identical sculptures have popped up in New York, San Francisco, Cleveland, Seattle and right here in L.A. Trump is depicted completely naked with his hands crossed over an engorged, veiny stomach — his skin is figuratively and literally thin here — with a Masonic insignia on his ring, as he stares resolutely outward.
And, as the artwork's name suggests, he has no balls, and a really tiny penis to match. Here's the statue outside Wacko on Hollywood Boulevard in Los Feliz.
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