Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks, a wax museum located in downtown San Antonio, Texas, has removed its state of former President Donald Trump due to repeated vandalism. The figure’s face appears to have suffered the most damage.

Clay Stewart, regional manager of parent company Ripley’s Entertainment, told San Antonio Express-News that “when it’s a highly political figure, attacks can be a problem.” This is probably especially true for Trump, as the business mogul left office with record low approval ratings.

Additionally, a poll by YouGov and The Economist revealed that Trump was named the worst president in U.S. history. The poll also found that 88% of registered Republicans, or Republican affiliates, approve of Trump’s presidency.

Trump’s statue likely will not be put on display again until President Joe Biden’s likeness (which is currently under production in Orlando, Fla.) is added.

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