Melania Trump’s husband was depicted in a 25-foot tall statue on private land in the village of Sela pri Kamniku, about 20 miles northeast of the capital, Ljubljana. The statue portrays Donald, 71, in a blue suit and a bright red tie, standing with a fierce look in his blue eyes, his right arm raised straight up in the air with a clenched fist. The First Lady also has a statue depicting he wearing a blue dress and waving her left hand like she did at her husband Donald Trump’s 2017 inauguration.
Residents said the statue was a “waste of wood”.
One resident told The Huffington Post: “I have never heard positive things about this statue.
“Everyone says it does not work, it’s too big and that it doesn’t belong here.”
Social media users suggested President Trump was behind the burning.
One said: “Bet Trump used American tax money to pay somebody to burn it!”
Another added: “What an ugly statue.”
The attack happens after Melania’s heartwarming New Year’s Resolution was destroyed by President Trump.
She wished for “peace on the world” but in just three days into 2020, US President Donald Trump ordered a missile strike that killed the top Iranian genera Qassem Soleiman.
Melania Trump was heading into a New Year’s Eve party when she told the press what she wishes for.
But Donald Trump interjected correcting the First Lady and explained to her that new year’s resolutions are not to be said aloud while also praising his own resolution.
He said: “But I can tell you, we really have a good resolution and it’s a resolution for our country.”
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Mr Trump explained to his wife, “I’m not sure you’re supposed to say a resolution out loud.
“I don’t want to say what my resolution is because I think we jinx it.”
Since the awkward interaction, World War 3 fears have been heightened rocketed after the US military on Thursday killed Iran’s second-most-powerful commander Qassem Soleimani as he travelled to Baghdad International Airport alongside anti-ISIS paramilitary chief Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis.
The US Department of Defense claimed General Soleimani had masterminded several attacks on US targets, causing the death of American civilians as well as military personnel through several years and was orchestrating further strikes.
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