Group: "Baby Trump" balloon to fly during President's Independence Day speech

A balloon depicting Donald Trump as a baby is displayed at Politicon at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP)
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WASHINGTON (CNN) - The so-called "Baby Trump" balloon has made rounds overseas.

Now, the blimp that looks like a diapered baby version of President Donald Trump may appear during his Independence Day speech in Washington.

Feminist group "Code Pink" says it wants to fly the balloon during President Trump's address at the Lincoln Memorial. The organization says the goal is to protest the racism, hatred, and fear.

The group also says it just wants to show "what a baby he is."

The blimp was first flown during massive protests while President Trump was visiting Britain last year.