The first two Baby Trump balloons have officially arrived in the New Jersey town where the president spent the first half of the month on vacation, and more are on the way.
The blimps, which mock President Trump, caught international attention last month during the his visit to the United Kingdom last month.
Baby Trump Tour, a collaborative effort between Didier Jiminez-Castro, a local activist from Hillsborough, and Jim Girvan, of Branchburg, organizer of the People's Motorcade, launched a GoFundMe last month, seeking donations to purchase an oversized, inflatable balloons for use much closer to home.
The goal is to taunt Trump, particularly during his visits to his Bedminster golf course, using the flock of giant crybabies, who are toned orange with a recognizable swoop of yellow hair, wearing nothing but a diaper.
The fundraiser blew past its goal of $4,500, raising $23,748 and allowing the organizers to put in an order for six balloons. So far, two have arrived, but getting them off the ground is another hurdle.
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There aren't any local laws in Bedminster to block the balloons, but the U.S. Secret Service and Federal Aviation Administration have strict rulesabout what can and cannot enter the FAA's Temporary Flight Restriction area designated to protect the president.
With a tether to the ground, Baby Trumps technically float, rather than fly, and officials have said thus far they shouldn't cause an issue if they adhere to certain regulations.
Girvan, a retired Somerset county worker who's now a Democratic activist with the Branchburg Democrats, told NJ Advance Media he can't say where the balloons came from or when they might fly, but plans to get the balloons off the ground at least once in Bedminster prior to the 2018 midterm elections.
And they could go anywhere in the country, Girvan said, as he's looking for good homes around the nation to adopt some of the babies.
"We want to make sure the balloons get put into good hands," he said Wednesday. "If we can locate an organization that's willing and able to have multiple events on a regional level, we're certainly going to consider that."
Girvan said organizations, rather than individuals, will be considered to receive the babies, as he wants them to get as much play as possible. Interested parties can apply at email@example.com.
"With your help and participation, we can share these big cry-babies across America sending Donald Trump and his enablers a powerful message for the next two years if he remains in office," the organizers wrote on Facebook.
For now, the two little Trumps are packaged up in boxes, awaiting a test flight that has yet to be scheduled.