Madame Tussauds Berlin throws Trump’s wax model in a trash can...

Released: 16:27 GMT, 7. November 2020 | Updated: 16:32 GMT, 7. November 2020

A Madame Tussauds made her own prediction of the outcome of the US election as voters and the rest of the world continue to wait for the final result.

The Berlin venue updated its exhibition and tossed the wax figure of President Donald in a trash can.

The move came just before election day on November 3, when polls predicted a resounding victory for Democratic candidate Joe Biden.

In reality, the wait for the official record was a nail bite, and several states had to deliver final results four days later.

Pictures showed the likeness in a trash can surrounded by garbage bags, tweets, and a Make America Great Again hat.

Berlin’s Madame Tussauds Museum has updated its wax figures of President Donald Trump and thrown him in the dust as the likelihood of Democrat Joe Biden winning the US presidential election is growing

Trump's wax figure is surrounded by garbage bags, tweets, and a Make America Great Again hat

Trump's wax figure is surrounded by garbage bags, tweets, and a Make America Great Again hat

Trump’s wax figure is surrounded by garbage bags, tweets, and a Make America Great Again hat

Trump’s wax figure bears a badge that reads “I love Madame Tussauds” and tweets that read “Fake News!” “You’re fired!” and ‘I love Berlin’ appears out of the trash can.

The trash can is arranged like in front of Trump Tower in New York.

Prior to the election, marketing manager Orkide Yalcindag said the display was “symbolic,” reported The Mirror.

Pictured: A wax portrait of US President Donald Trump at Madame Tussauds in Berlin

Pictured: A wax portrait of US President Donald Trump at Madame Tussauds in Berlin

Pictured: A wax portrait of US President Donald Trump at Madame Tussauds in Berlin

“We here at Madame Tussauds Berlin removed Donald Trump’s wax figure as a preparatory measure,” she said.

However, regardless of the election result, the statue can still be displayed in the museum, as former President Barack Obama did.

The move caught international media coverage as Americans and the world continued to wait for the US presidential election result on Saturday.

Trump faces mounting pressure to quietly admit after the vast majority of Republicans refused to support his baseless claims of election fraud and calls to prevent postal ballot papers from being counted.

Some – including important allies – have openly contradicted his statements.

Even so, the President has vowed to introduce legal challenges in states where the vote has not gone its way.

Both Trump and Biden have taken victory over the past four days, but official figures suggest Biden is on track to win the White House.

“The numbers tell us … it’s a clear and compelling story: We’ll win this race,” said Biden on Friday after taking the lead in key state of Pennsylvania with 99% of the votes counted.

Biden also has a close lead in Georgia – which announced there will be a recount – and Arizona, although Trump is making progress there.

Democratic candidate Joe Biden has a head start in several key states, but some narrow as the nail biting waits to find out who will be America's next president extended to a fourth day [File photo]

Democratic candidate Joe Biden has a head start in several key states, but some narrow as the nail biting waits to find out who will be America's next president extended to a fourth day [File photo]

Democratic nominee Joe Biden has a head start in several key states, but some narrow as the nail biting waits to find out who America’s next president will extend to a fourth day [File photo]

He also performs in Nevada. The state has become the subject of myriad memes over the time it takes to report on the results.

Trump has a wafer-thin lead in North Carolina with 98% of the vote and a massive lead in Alaska, but only 56% of the votes of this state were counted.

The wait for an official winner was longer than any presidential election since 2000, and this year more Americans voted than ever before.

The vote included a record number of postal ballot papers, in part because some voters wanted to avoid voting in person during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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