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This Trump mask uses voice recognition, biglyToy maker Redwood Ventures puts a high-tech spin on a costume mask of the president. The Trumpism Randomizer Mask makes its huge debut in front of New York's Trump Tower.
I'm hearing this from a lot of people, what is the deal with our country? Voice recognition technology is making masks great again. Let me just tell you, we're hearing things and I don't know what they are. This is the Trumpism Randomizer Mask made by toy maker Redwood Ventures. And the company debuted the prototype at, where else? Trump Tower in New York City. The interactive rubber mask of President Donald Trump has a small microphone inside that is programmed to recognize and respond to specific Trump keywords, like China, wall, or yuge. The final version will be more refined, but once a button is pressed and a keyword uttered, it responds with a random mashup of Trump-ish statements. Well. I deal with these kinds of things very, very well, I didn't think I'd say that, I hated to say it, but I'm gonna say it and it's said. [SOUND] That's not actually the President, it's a voice actor, and the CEO made sure the script was family friendly Whether you loath Donald Trump or whether you love him, the thing that we can all agree on is that he can be very entertaining. That we've kept it clean, appropriate, it's great for all ages, it's an awesome family item. The plan is to have it in stores for Halloween with a suggested price of $30. The mask does have a long list of words it can answer to, like wrong, terrific, deal, and bigly. But that list could grow. Does it understand any words in Russian? Not yet. Sad!