In today's "yes this is really the world we live in now" news, the Guggenheim museum in NY reportedly offered Trump and his wife a used, fully functional solid 18-karat gold toilet titled "America" in response to their request to borrow a Vincent Van Gogh painting for their private White House quarters.
It is common for presidents and first ladies to receive art on loan from museums to decorate their quarters. "But the president is also a self-described germaphobe, and it's an open question whether he would accept a previously used toilet, 18-karat or otherwise".
"WE'RE NO. 1! (And No. 2)" was The New York Post's front page offering, the huge lettering over a photograph of the toilet.
"In Trump's America, the sustained assault on basic human and civil rights-the travel ban being only one example-calls for a decisive and unflinching response from the art community", she wrote in a blog post on the museum's website.
The toilet is titled "America".
Spector, who could not be reached for comment either, has been vocal about her distaste for the Trump presidency and penned an extensive blog post about the gilded lavatory this past summer, entitled "Maurizio Cattelan's Golden Toilet in the Time of Trump".
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"Whatever you eat, a two-hundred-dollar lunch or a two-dollar hot dog, the results are the same, toilet-wise", he has said.
Guggenheim curator Nancy Spector is a Trump foe who has spoken out against the president.
Presidents often install artwork within the White House, sometimes on loan from museums or private collectors.
Spector, the Guggenheim curator, has been critical of Trump, writing on Instagram after the 2016 election, "This must be the first day of our revolution to take back our beloved country from hatred, racism and intolerance". The Trumps are living in one of the greatest museums in the world.
The White House reportedly asked the famous art museum if the Trumps could "borrow" Vincent Van Gogh's painting "Landscape with Snow". It would subsequently return to NY "for the foreseeable future". "We are sorry not to be able to accommodate your original request", Spector said, "but remain hopeful that this special offer may be of interest".