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Rendering: Victor Enrich

Since Donald Trump was elected president of the US, Americans have had countless questions. Who will be on Trump’s administration team? What will happen to Obamacare? Are the country’s illegal immigrants at risk? And will Trump really build a wall between the US and Mexico?

While those and other tough questions have been addressed again and again, simpler questions have fallen by the wayside. For example, what might the White House look like under a Trump presidency? Artist Victor Enrich recently envisioned a future where the building’s exterior is substantially altered.

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Rendering: Victor Enrich

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Rendering: Victor Enrich

Called “Phalus 2020,” Enrich’s Trumpified White House is actually 13 White Houses stacked on top of each other to create one massive tower. The imposing structure is similar to Trump’s other buildings around the world, and fittingly it also has his name emblazoned across the top — in gold, obviously.

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Rendering: Victor Enrich

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Rendering: Victor Enrich

We’d definitely be impressed if someone managed to bring Enrich’s extravagant White House renderings to life, but as far as we can tell the idea is entirely fictional. That said, don’t be surprised if you see some changes in the White House once Trump takes charge — according to the White House Historical Association, all presidents have “tremendous decoration discretion” and “can decide on changes to furniture, artwork, coverings for walls and floors, and more.”

While Trump has said he doesn’t plan to make many changes to the decor, frankly we wouldn’t be surprised if he changed his mind.

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