A mechanical, "All-Seeing" Donald TrumpDonald TrumpHeadaches intensify for Democrats in Florida Stormy Daniels set to testify against former lawyer Avenatti in fraud trial Cheney challenger wins Wyoming Republican activists' straw poll MORE has been seen Tuesday predicting America's fortune across multiple locations in New York City.
“Look into my crystal ball and see America’s future,” says "The All-Seeing Trump," according to a report from Gothamist. "I see a huge investment into a modern, high-speed rail system. Very advanced, very fast.
“We’re going to use it to deport 11 million illegal Mexicans. By the way, I love the Mexican people. I love their spirit. I love their spirit."
The message then goes off the rails, so to speak.
“And I love packing them onto trains like cattle. I build the best deportation trains, believe me. They run on green energy — salsa verde.”
The robotic Trump, reminiscent of Zoltar from the movie "Big," also mocks voters who believe the real version of the GOP presidential nominee will build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
“Actually, I’m only kidding,” the robot says. "There’s no wall. Do you have any idea how much that would cost? I mean, you people are so clueless.”
Gothamist said the unusual machine was first observed in two locations in Brooklyn before getting loaded into a van and making a third stop outside Trump Tower in Manhattan.
Gothamist added that it contacted satirical street artist Banksy about the machine, with a spokesman denying his involvement.
“The All-Seeing Trump” recalls a series of naked, life-size statues of Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, that began mysteriously appearing in multiple cities nationwide in August.
The statues were erected by the anarchist collective Indecline and appeared in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Cleveland and Seattle.
Gothamist added it had contacted Indecline about its possible involvement in “The All-Seeing Trump” but had received no response.