Talking Trump Zoltar machine pops up in New York City

A mysterious Trump fortune telling machine appeared on the streets of New York City this week. The 7-foot machine, created by the company who makes the Zoltar fortune telling machine, features an animatronic voiced by a Trump impersonator and comedian Anthony Atamanuik.

The Trump fortune telling machine is estimated to have cost $8,000 - $10,000 based on the pricing listed on

Throughout the month leading up to election day, the machine will be placed in contextually relevant locations around New York City—Trump Towers, Planned Parenthood, New York Times, and a Mexican restaurant are among a few of the places it's appeared so far.

For more information about the fortune telling Trump machine visit

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