Disney has responded to a report about trouble behind the scenes of its Hall of Presidents attraction, characterizing the Vice story as "inaccurate."
The ride — actually a sit-down presentation featuring "audio-animatronic" versions of presidents alive and dead — first opened at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., in 1971. It is currently closed to visitors as it prepares to add Donald Trump to its small army of robotic U.S. leaders.
Starting with Bill Clinton in 1993, the sitting president has delivered a short speech at the end of the 23-minute show, recorded by the commander-in-chief himself. (Before that, Abraham Lincoln would deliver the speech, spoken by an actor.)
But according to a new story from Vice, a planned debut this summer for the Trump robot has been pushed to fall amid "much behind-the-scenes drama and internal machinations about whether or not Trump would have a speaking role in the attraction."
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