Madame Tussauds have opened up a new interactive exhibition where visitors can meet a caricature of the United States President, Donald Trump.

The new audio-animatronic figure made his residency at the London landmark for two weeks over the recent October half term.

Those who missed the bonafide President Trump’s last visit to the UK had the unique opportunity to enjoy an alternative audience with the infamous US leader during his limited two-week residency. The self-proclaimed genius and leader of the free-world could be seen at Madame Tussauds London taking questions from an intrepid journalist, challenging the man at the top on the hot topics of the day.

Steve Davies, General Manager of Madame Tussauds London, said: “The most controversial man in global politics is arriving in spectacular fashion this October to Madame Tussauds London. Whilst he undoubtedly polarises opinions, we think that guests will be unanimous in their verdict of our truly original creation of President Donald Trump. As the man himself would say, it’s going to be Huge.”

The first in the new concept of ‘celebrity caricatures’ from Merlin Magic Making, the figure itself was sculpted by their talented artists, who gave him his ‘outrageous’ likeness and painted it to be so curiously life like.

After deciding his best position was in the main foyer to the attraction, where he gets to greet every visitor, Merlin Magic Making then designed a set based on a Presidential press interview, complete with live actors taking the parts of ‘Fake News’ TV interviewer and a security detail there to protect the president from unwanted questions.