The Republican presidential hopeful is not very popular with a number of different groups
Someone in New York has taken it upon themselves to express their distaste for Republican presidential hopeful Donald J. Trump in a rather unusual way.
On Easter Sunday, residents of the Big Apple began sharing images of a tombstone which had appeared in Central Park, baring his name.
The marker also contains a reference to Trump's campaign slogan, with an altered version reading "Made America Hate Again".
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Donald Trump has come under increasing pressure for his comments on women, as well as his stance on immigration and the claim that he would build a wall on the border with Mexico. He has also been warning Europe that the recent attacks in Brussels were just the start and that the continent is no longer safe, all of which has contributed to a growing unpopularity outside of his supporter base.
The tombstone had been removed by park officials by Sunday evening, and Trump himself didn't dignify the stunt with a response on Twitter, preferring to stick to campaign issues and the suicide bombing which took place in Pakistan, claiming the lives of 70 people.
Another radical Islamic attack, this time in Pakistan, targeting Christian women & children. At least 67 dead,400 injured. I alone can solve— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 27 March 2016
The United States cannot continue to make such bad, one-sided trade deals. There are only so many jobs we can give up. No more!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 28 March 2016