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Cosplayers Pay Their Respects To Trump Baby Blimp

Some people might call President Donald Trump a cartoon character brought to life, and the idea was only reinforced at the San Diego Comic-Con this year.

On Friday afternoon, members of the Backbone Campaign, an activist group specializing in artful protest, inflated a giant Trump baby blimp across the street from the San Diego Convention Center.

For a suggested donation of $1-5, Comic-Con attendees could take a selfie with the infamous inflatable, which depicts the president as a diaper-clad baby holding a cellphone.

An activist group inflated a giant Trump Baby Blimp across the street from the San Diego Convention Center, where it got lots of attention. (Photo: David Moye)

The blimp was barely inflated when dozens of people swarmed around, hoping to take a selfie with it.

Spoiler alert: Most of the early posers flipped the bird to the blimp. 

Others, like a group of men and women dressed as soldiers, took a more aggressive stance, as the picture above demonstrates.

The blimp will be at the Con through Sunday.

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