The documentary filmmaker, placed the "Chicken Don" in the lawn, just south of the White House and near the Washington Monument after proper permission from the National Park Service and the Secret Service.
This isn't the first Washington has seen of the Trump chicken - the fowl made its debut in April at a march meant to pressure Trump to release his tax returns. "He's too afraid to release his tax returns, too afraid to stand up to Vladimir Putin, and now he's playing chicken with North Korea".
The rooster was previously used as a form of protest for Trump to release his tax returns.
The inflatable's arrival divided opinion on the social media, with Twitter users at odds over whether the stunt was "pathetic" or "cute".
Sadly, Trump is, indeed, visiting one of his properties right now on what he claims is a working vacation.
His message is all too obvious: He says Trump, like his inflatable balloon, is a chicken.
Donald Trump is not at the White House this week, as he and his family are in his New Jersey golf resort in the town of Bedminster. "I don't have a lot of information to give you except that chicken is not normally present at that location behind the White House", Lederman told him. The chicken is a replica of a statue that was originally showcased in a Chinese mall.