Robo-Trump stands near animatronic versions of Ulysses S. Grant and Abraham Lincoln. POTUS himself even recorded remarks, which are played following an introduction by robot George Washington. In case you're curious, here's exactly what you'll hear if you visit robo-Trump at Disney World:
"From the beginning, America has been a nation defined by its people. At our founding, it was the American people who rose up to defend our freedoms and win our independence. It was why our Founders began our great Constitution with three very simple words: 'We the people.' Since that moment, each generation of Americans has taken its place in the defense of our freedom, our flag and our nation under God. These are the achievements of the American spirit -- the spirit of a people who fought and died to bring the blessings of liberty to all our people. Above all, to be an American is to be an optimist, to believe that we can always do better and that the best days of our great nation are still ahead of us. It's a privilege to serve as the president of the United States, to stand here among so many great leaders of our past, and to work on behalf of the American people."
See what Fallon and Meyers had to say about plastic POTUS below.
'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'
Trump's "really making an impact at Disney," the NBC late-night host began his monologue Tuesday night. "Today, he deported Aladdin, and he gave Scrooge McDuck a tax break."
Fallon joked that passersby can easily spot robo-Trump in Disney's Hall of Presidents "because Putin's backstage controlling it."
Fallon then pulled up the side-by-side images -- twice -- and laughed just as hard both times, bringing up Cristiano Ronaldo's busted bust, a not-so-flattering statue of Lucille Ball and a poorly drawn courtroom sketch of Tom Brady.
Fallon also played a mock commercial advertising the Disney attraction, where robo-Trump said, "It's great to see all the great children here with their tiny little hands. We're all born with tiny hands. We have small hands after all... This is lame. I wanna ride the teacups."
"I know this show is on at 12:30 and you're trying to go to sleep, but you gotta look at this thing," Meyers said on "Late Night" Tuesday night, pulling up the photo of robo-Trump. "Good Lord! Disney World, was that supposed to go in the Haunted Mansion? Look at that hair! Did ya paint some glue on his head and then throw the wig from 10 feet away? Even Lincoln is looking at him like, 'This is the worst thing that's ever happened to me.'"
"As our Christmas gift to ourselves, we're just gonna use that as our Trump picture from now on," he added.