Wax Donald Trump Moves Into Oval Office at Madame Tussauds
Gallery assistants pose, pretending to put the finishing touches to the hair and make-up of a waxwork of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, during a media event at Madame Tussauds in London on Jan. 18.Neil Hall / Reuters
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By Matthew Nighswander
The inauguration is still a few days away, but this "Donald Trump" has already moved into the Oval Office.
Madame Tussauds in London, famous for immortalizing the famous in wax, unveiled their figure of the president-elect on Wednesday, who stands proudly in a replica of the Oval Office. Unlike the Barack Obama figure revealed in 2009, who was depicted smiling, Trump appears resolute and quite serious.
Madame Tussauds locations in New York, Washington D.C. and Orlando also unveiled was figures of President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Matt Nighswander joined NBCNews.com as a multimedia producer in July 2012. Nighswander is part of the team responsible for selecting photos for the site and creating original content based on photography. Among his individual responsibilities is the Month in Space slideshow. Nighswander reports to James Collins, director of photography.
Nighswander joined NBCNews.com from MSN.com, where he was a lead homepage photo editor.
Prior to his work at MSN, he was an international photo editor at The Associated Press and received an MFA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago.