Masks representing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump are pictured in a factory of costumes and masks, on Oct. 16, 2015, in Jiutepec, Morelos State.
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October 19, 2015 2:57 PM EDT

Donald Trump has been the host of a reality TV show. He has also been a piñata. And now, he is a Halloween mask.

Grupo Rev, a maker of Halloween attire, has added the billionaire real estate mogul-come-nativist presidential candidate to its roster of terrifying monsters, ghouls and witches, AFP reports.

The company has turned the controversy-stirring Donald Trump into latex masks for sale to celebrate Halloween. About 250 Trump masks have been made so far, but the company hasn’t yet set a price.

Trump has achieved notoriety in Mexico, a country he has blamed for “sending” criminals to the United States and whose inhabitants he has called rapists and drug dealers. He has already been made into a piñata, which children then conveniently smack around until the piñatas break.

“There’s a little bit of criticism but we are Mexicans and we find laughter in tragedy,” Maria del Carmen Navarro, a Grupo Rev design engineer, told AFP.



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