A crowd of reporters clamored for a prime spot to watch Sean Spicer unveil a wax figure of Melania Trump at New York City’s Madame Tussauds attraction Wednesday.
To the side, a screen displayed the cover of Spicer’s soon-to-be-released book, The Briefing. Behind him was an interactive station called “Give Melania a voice,” a title a bit too on the nose for some. The station allows visitors to pretend they’re tweeting as the First Lady, a feature that will surely be abused by the public in the coming months.
Madame Tussauds representatives repeatedly referred to Melania as a celebrity and fashion icon instead of First Lady.
— Mark Chiusano (@mjchiusano) April 25, 2018
Today in bizzaro world: Sean Spicer introduces wax Melania at Madame Tussauds.
There’s a big sign inviting visitors to “Give Melania A Voice” – what could go wrong here? pic.twitter.com/lF0J2t5czG
— David Siegel (@DavidSiegel) April 25, 2018
— FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) April 25, 2018