Someone has opened a Donald Trump-themed fish restaurant in Iraqi Kurdistan

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A fish restaurant inspired by US President-elect Donald Trump has opened in Iraqi Kurdisatan.

Well - he did say he would create jobs.

Trump Fish was opened by Nadyar Zawiti, who told CNN he had heard Trump say he was a supporter of Kurdish forces and wanted the US to help them fight Islamic State.

Zawiti said he named the restaurant after Trump because he admired him and hoped he will follow through on his promise to help the Kurdish forces.

Donald Trump on a sign in Beijing
Trump's image has crossed the world (Andy Wong/AP)

"What I admire about Trump's personality is that he's decisive, he's tough, and hopefully with that toughness he'll finish ISIS off," said Zawiti.

Zawiti said he hopes to open one of his restaurants - which serves up maskouf, an Iraqi dish made from carp - by the White House in the US capital one day, if Trump would allow him to do so.

Oh and if you're wondering where he got that fetching graphic of Trump with the lightning bolt hair - he stole it from an article by Uproxx about American football.