The Washington Post has published a report on a child building a miniature presidential building for his father.
The child, a 4-year-old boy named “Juan” from California, built the replica building for the former president’s family during the 2016 campaign.
It was made to look like the real White House and was made with LEGO bricks, according to the Post.
He built the building from Lego bricks in his family’s garage.
“He was trying to create a real replica of the White House that could stand in front of a fireplace,” the Post’s reporter, Scott Wilson, wrote in a story on Juan’s LEGO building.
“But when it came to putting together the building, the building’s construction crew — all of whom are not necessarily professionals — were not too happy about it.”
The childrens LEGO build was not the only thing the childrens construction crew did.
They also built a replica of a statue of Abraham Lincoln, a replica for former President Bill Clinton and a replica replica for President Donald Trump.
“They had to cut a hole in the ceiling for the statue to fit,” the newspaper reported.
“And then they had to make it into the shape of a presidential building.”
The building was built at the White Senate Office Building in the heart of Washington, D.C., and the children were reportedly working on their project until they got the job done.