The Downward Spiral™ is the grandest presidential library in postmodern history. Designed specifically for the 45th President of the United States of America Made Great Again by the greatest living architect, Frank Very, the Downward Spiral™ trumps the immensely popular curved ramps of the Guggenheim Museum in the Democratic State of New York, one of this country’s former landmarks. The plan builds on the pioneering work of Land Artists, who achieved not only cultural domination, but also ultimate control over the land, which thereafter bore their signatures. Like Mount Rushmore, Land Art sites created value on sites that formerly had no value. Embodying this spirit, the Downward Spiral™ in the Republican State of Utah has already welcomed mass migrations, and some visitors have decided to stay for the rest of their lives. Those lucky enough to follow in the footsteps of the great leader will find themselves admiring the long road he travelled: Lining the walls of this regal ramp are the millions of awards the President has received, as well as countless letters from his admirers, local and international. Those worthy enough to follow this path to its logical end will find themselves in the presence of the great leader himself, awaiting his followers in the Oval Orifice for a special ceremony.