A tombstone bearing Donald Trump’s name has been removed from Central Park after it mysteriously appeared in the New York City park and surfaced on social media.
The headstone memorialized the Republican presidential frontrunner — who by all accounts is still living — along with an epitaph, “Made America Hate Again,” according to NBC New York. It also had the real estate mogul’s year of birth, 1946, but no year of death.
The city’s Parks Department pulled the tombstone from the park on Sunday, NBC reports. It’s unclear who erected the grave marker, which apparently appeared near Central Park’s Sheep’s Meadow overnight, according to ABC 7.
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