We've seen president-elect Donald Trump take many forms throughout his career, but rarely have we seen Trump as he is currently in Grand Prairie: a wax figure, silent and composed sporting two normal-sized thumbs up.

Louis Tussaud's Palace of Wax at Ripley's Believe it or Not! is now home to one of four wax sculptures of the president-elect. The figure, which took artists six weeks to make, stands about six feet tall with a full head of human hair, each placed one at a time. At first, the wax Trump is strikingly odd looking -- his neck seems swallowed by his shirt and tie, his face terribly grumpy and skin a couple shades of orange too light. 

You could argue, he hardly looks like Trump at all.

Then again ...

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The wax Donald Trump is currently stationed in the lobby of Ripley's Believe it or Not! where patrons can take pictures of him or with him for free. Next year, Trump will stand at the podium inside the wax museum's Hall of Presidents, where he'll remain until another takes his place. Tickets to the full exhibit cost $12.99 for children and $18.99 for adults.

We quizzed the wax president-elect on the tough stuff when we met him. Peep the interview below:

Editor's note: This story had incorrectly stated the Trump wax figurine's hair was made form yak's fur. Another Trump wax statue being created by Madame Tussaud's uses yak hair.

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