Illinois protesters greet Trump with giant 'Trump chicken'
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Protesters greeted President TrumpDonald TrumpIran's leader vows 'revenge,' posting an image resembling Trump Former Sanders spokesperson: Biden 'backing away' from 'populist offerings' Justice Dept. to probe sudden departure of US attorney in Atlanta after Trump criticism MORE on his visit to Granite City, Ill., with a giant balloon depicting him as a chicken. 

Trump delivered remarks at the U.S. Steel Co.'s Granite City Works, where he also took credit for the plant’s reopening following his increased tariffs on imports. 

Protesters lined up hours ahead of his visit to greet the president with the “Trump chicken” balloon and numerous signs attacking the president as a “liar,” calling for his impeachment, and slamming his controversial “zero-tolerance” immigration policy.

Last week, another 33-foot-tall inflatable blimp depicting Trump as a chicken captured headlines after it was reportedly seen off the coast of San Francisco.


That chicken blimp was dressed in black and white prison stripes and labeled “Prisoner 45."

A 20-foot inflatable “Trump baby" blimp also captured international attention earlier this month when it flew over the United Kingdom during the president's visit there.

The orange diaper-clad baby holding a cell phone flew over London and Edinburgh and is now at the center of a battle between British museums over who gets to add the blimp to their collection.