A man reportedly snuck a large pro-Trump banner into Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom on Sunday.

According to a local Fox affiliate, the man installed the banner, which reads “Re-Elect Trump” and “Keep America Great 2020,” with the help of another man in the middle of the park in Florida. 

Jessika Santiago, the woman who captured the video, said the two men immediately prompted some stares and angry reactions from guests after unraveling the banner at the park’s Main Street Railroad.

The banner was later removed after a worker at the park asked the men to take it down.


A man identified as Dion Cini, who claims to be a longtime supporter of President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump suggests Sotomayor, Ginsburg should have to recuse themselves on 'Trump related' cases Sanders says idea he can't work with Republicans is 'total nonsense' Sanders releases list of how to pay for his proposals MORE from New York, told Newsweek on Monday that he was the man behind the demonstration.

He claimed he installed the banner to create a “viral effect” to show his support for the president.

“There were security guards watching me," he told Newsweek. "If they wanted me they could have grabbed me. Now if they do come after me or ban me, it will be for political reasons, not policy.” 

A spokeswoman for Disney confirmed to the Orlando Sentinel that the incident did occur but would not provide further comments.