The museum said that the balloon was an important marker of the history of protest in London and it will be part of its Collection of Protest Art.
The giant blimp of Mr Trump as a baby was originally a large part of the protest against his state visit to the UK, and was first flown over Trafalgar Square in 2018.
Already in 2019 the Museum of London announced their ambition to acquire the ‘piece of art’, recognising its importance in the protests.
After touring the world, the Trump Baby blimp will be now conserved and potentially displayed at the Museum of London as part of its Collection of Protest Art.
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