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Zoom: The Trump ‘Wall of Lies’ version

The Trump “Wall of Lies,” at Lafayette and Grand Sts., definitely deserves a closer look.

And now you can do that — with the digital version of the public installation, which allows viewers to zoom in individually on all of The Donald’s distortions.

“Oh yeah, that one was a doozy!” Senator Chuck Schumer revisiting Trump’s phony baloney while visiting the original “Wall of Lies” in Brooklyn, before it was vandalized. (Courtesy Phil Buehler)

The wall of Trump clunkers was a collaboration by Bushwick artist Phil Buehler and Tom Tenney, the executive director of Radio Free Brooklyn.

Trump supporters bombed the Bushwick wall, which ultimately was left up as a testament to this tortured election and the political divisions roiling the country. (Courtesy Phil Buehler)

An earlier “Wall of Lies” they put up in Bushwick was vandalized, so they decided to install a bigger and better one in the Soho/Chinatown spot.

So many categories of lies — all color coded — to pick from. The bogus bloopers are listed in chronological order.

The wall will remain up at least until the winner of the presidential election is declared — but that could very be a while.

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