Someone's evidently not too happy about Donald Trump leading the Republican party in the race for the President of the United States, eh?
(And no, we're fairly certain this has nothing to do with those hilarious Donald Chump doughnuts or Humans of New York Brendan Stanton's recent roast of Trump).
As NBC New York reported today:
A tombstone displaying the name "Trump" below a cross surfaced in Central Park in the vicinity of the Tavern on the Green. The stone for "Donald J." adds a year of birth (1946), but no date of death.
The icing on the cake? The tombstone's epitaph read, "Made America Hate Again."
Oddly enough, no one has yet claimed responsibility for laying out the tombstone, which had been removed entirely from Central Park by late Sunday evening.
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