Tombstone For Donald Trump Mysteriously Appears in Central Park

New Yorkers are scratching their heads after a tombstone bearing Donald Trump's name appeared in Central Park.

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The tombstone, which reads "Made America Hate Again," gives the real estate tycoon's name and year of birth. It was discovered over the weekend by passersby and images were posted on Instagram.


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A photo posted by Beth Marshel (@againwithbeth) on Mar 27, 2016 at 5:06am PDT

The GOP front-runner, whose Trump Towers are located at Central Park South, has not commented on the matter.

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One tipster, Annie Reiss, told Gothamist: “It was definitely provocative, strange for Easter morning."

Park officials said they removed the tombstone shortly after it was discovered on Sunday morning.

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