• Watch: Disney passholder hangs Trump re-election banner in Magic Kingdom

    By: Jason Kelly , Ken Tyndall


    BAY LAKE, Fla. - Those visiting Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom Park on Sunday might have noticed something unusual hanging in Main Street, U.S.A. -- a banner calling for President Donald Trump's re-election in 2020.

    Dion Cini, 49, of New York, said he unfurled the banner and briefly hung it from a balcony overlooking the park's Town Square with the help of a bystander to garner attention for Trump's re-election campaign.

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    Cini told Channel 9 that the stunt cost him his annual pass, which he has had for 24 years, but he said it was well worth the free advertising.

    Video showed a park employee approaching Cini.

    "Sir, please remove the banner immediately," the worker said.

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    Cini said he took the banner into a restroom, packed it up and changed his hat so no one would recognize him.

    He said he has performed similar stunts for the past two years and will continue doing so.

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