A traditional doll celebrating Girls' Day in Japan is made in the likeness of U.S. President Donald Trump, in the hopes that he will stop making derogatory comments about women.
(ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION) A traditional doll celebrating Girls' Day in Japan made in the likeness of U.S. President Donald Trump was unveiled in Tokyo on Thursday (January 26). Standing 60cm (1.96 feet) tall, the doll was clad in a gold kimono and was presented along with three other dolls, of which one was the governor of Tokyo, Yuriko Koike. The dolls were unveiled ahead of the March 3 celebrations in Japan dedicated to the health and happiness of girls, called 'Hinamatsuri'. Every year, Japanese "hina" doll maker Kyugetsu chooses the most influential people to make as dolls as part of their collection.