VIDEO: Clothing company erects billboard of Marine Corps vet hogtying Trump in front of White House

OCTOBER 20, 2019

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A clothing company based in Oregon is stoking controversy with its new advertisement erected on a billboard in Times Square that depicts President Trump being tied up in front of the White House.

Footage of the billboard for the clothing company Dhvani shows Trump in distress as a model, who is also a Marine Corps veteran, hogties him with a red, white and blue lasso amid a storm before the White House.

The article goes on to state the following:

Avi Brown, the CEO behind the Portland-based brand, told The Washington Post that the American flag-themed rope used to hogtie the Trump impersonator in the ad was inspired by the Wonder Woman’s famed “truth lasso.” Brown also said the storm in the backdrop of the ad “represents the inevitable and supernatural power of justice.”

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