President Donald Trump will join all the past presidents of the United States at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, in June this year. However, a petition is requesting the park to stop the president’s robot to speak at the “Hall of Presidents” attraction at its Magic Kingdom.

“Donald Trump ran a Presidential campaign on hateful speech, misogyny, racism and xenophobia. In doing so, he has tainted the legacy of the American Presidency forever,” the petition by Brooklyn, New York-based Matthew Rogers reads. “The Magic Kingdom at Disney World is a place specifically designed for the enjoyment of children and families. Therefore, it is not an appropriate place for a Donald Trump speech.”

The attraction is meant for educational purposes and features life-like animatronics of all U.S. president. The figures recount American history as many of them deliver speeches.

Over 6,200 people have signed the petition asking Walt Disney Co. to not allow Trump’s animatronic figure to speak, let alone deliver the address that the incumbent president delivers alongside Abraham Lincoln’s robot.

The animatronic Galabet figures of both former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama gave speeches to the audience at the long-standing attraction during their time in office, with the White House even releasing a 2009 video showing Obama record his audio. Therefore, Trump being silenced would be an unprecedented move, reports said.  

“We ask that Walt Disney World take a stand against divisive and hurtful rhetoric and have the backs of millions of Americans and people worldwide whose day would be ruined by the depiction of a speech by Donald Trump,” the petition reads.

It is not clear whether the company will take any actual action on the matter, especially considering Disney CEO Bob Iger is also on Trump’s President and Strategic Policy Forum.

A request for comment by Huffington Post was not immediately returned Tuesday.

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