The inflatable chicken with orange hair is meant to call out the president as, well, chicken.
VIDEO: Giant inflatable chicken appears behind White House
Chicken Don's creator is Ladera Ranch resident Taran Singh Brar.
"He's too afraid to release his tax returns, he's too afraid to stand up to Vladimir Putin and he's playing a game of chicken with North Korea," Brar said.
The chicken was brought to the corner of Wilshire and Santa Monica boulevards on Thursday originally because Vice President Mike Pence had a fundraiser scheduled in the area.
That event was canceled amid ongoing relief efforts. But the chicken remained and his appearance was in support of anti-Trump activists as well as voter registration.
Chicken Don has traveled around the country, making its most notable appearance at a park behind the White House.
He has also traveled to Orange County and Seattle and is planning a Chicken March on Washington on Nov. 18.
"The president is not as scary as he seems," Brar said. "We can make fun of him and in a legal and peaceful way, resist and fight back."
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