Artist erects 20-foot-tall pro-Trump installation on Staten Island front lawn
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A conservative artist is making headlines in New York for a 20-foot-tall pro-Trump installation on one of his client’s lawns.

Scott LoBaido erected the installation depicting a muscular President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden says his faith is 'bedrock foundation of my life' after Trump claim Coronavirus talks on life support as parties dig in, pass blame Ohio governor tests negative in second coronavirus test MORE resting over a star-spangled “2020” sign in Staten Island.

LoBaido, who first captured national attention in 2016 after he constructed a 12-foot-tall "T” inspired by Trump, which someone later set on fire, said the owner of the lawn won’t be taking chances with the new installation.

"He put up security cameras all around the house. We have a fence here. And everybody in the neighborhood is on watch," LoBaido told a local ABC affiliate of the newly erected installation on Wednesday. 

The artist told the local station the new piece is designed to "provoke emotion."

"And they love it," LoBaido added.

In the New York City borough, where Trump secured 57 percent of the vote in the 2016 presidential election, Joe Noga, a neighbor of LoBaido’s client, said that 20 feet is too small for such a display honoring the president.

“I think a little bigger would be better. Taller!" Noga told the local station.