Copenhagen turns their frustrations with Trump into a genius bus ad

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The fear of a Donald Trump presidency is not only affecting people in America – it has officially reached Copenhagen, Denmark, the capital of the happiest country in the world.

A bus currently rolling its way around the city features an ad that reads "Americans abroad – vote!" and a pretty genius wheel placement.

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DR Nyheder, a Danish news page, shared a short video on Facebook of the bus rolling down the street. The wheels are so strategically placed that you'll have to see them for yourself.

Here's a translation of what DR Nyheder captioned the clip:

Dyhr is a Danish politician and chairperson for the Socialist People's Party.

We are still not over those wheels.

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