Trump’s grave in Central Park?

A tombstone for Donald Trump mysteriously appeared in New York’s Central Park for a short time Sunday.

Shoshana Miskin ,

Donald Trump
Donald Trump
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On Sunday morning, New Yorker’s discovered a mysterious tombstone in Central Park evidently belonging to the GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.

The headstone bore the republican front-runner’s name, birth year (1946) and the epitaph: “Made America Hate Again” – poking fun at Trump’s official campaign slogan.

The unknown pranksters did not provide a date of death as part of their political satire.

The New York City Department of Parks and Recreation later removed the tombstone from the site.

Incidentally, Trump has given some thought to where he would like his final resting place to be. In 2015, he was given approval to build himself a private cemetery at the Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey. However, he then had a change of heart, saying he would prefer to be buried in Florida.



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