Kim Schrader knows every inch of Donald Trump's face. His body too, actually. That's because she helped create his presidential wax figure.
"He's kind of a unique one in that we actually had a sitting with him back in 1997 at Trump Tower in New York. From that, we've taken the measurements that we had… along with the photographs and extensive research to make his new figure now," Schrader told CNBC's "Power Lunch."
His new figure has been in the works since June. That's when Madame Tussauds started sculpting the clay heads of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to make it in time for the inauguration.
Once finished, Donald Trump's figure will be showcased in four locations; Washington DC, New York, Orlando, and London.
Hillary Clinton's new figure will not.
"We have her clay head finished so she will be in the archives. We'll keep her safe and sound," Schrader said.