The GOP presidential-candidate crowd just got ... Republicaner.
On Monday, Wisconsin governor Scott Walker announced that he would be joining the already crowded field of GOP presidential candidates, bringing the total now to roughly 4,283 people.
With such a bloated field, Republican party leaders enacted a rare GOP measure, forcing the candidates to unite and form Republitron, a giant robotic political-candidate hybrid.
Rather than many candidates fighting for a single position, the candidates would unite into a single body, running as one very red, white and blue, robot-human hybrid American.
No word yet on how Americans will ultimately respond to the multi-headed, gargantuan beast GOP candidate, but as with their likelihood to vote for Donald Trump, early polling showed:
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