Naked Trump statues appear in U.S. cities.
Life-size naked statues of Donald Trump made appearances in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle and Cleveland earlier this month. The unauthorized art installations were created by an activist collective called INDECLINE, which titled the project The Emperor Has No Balls.
The statues mysteriously appeared in the five U.S. cities on Aug. 18, drawing hundreds of curious onlookers with their cameras. Here, authorities haul away the illegally placed statue from New York City’s Union Square Park.
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Trump’s wall at U.S.-Mexico border.
Artists David Gleeson and Mary Mihelic created a version of the wall proposed by the Republican presidential candidate to keep out illegal immigrants. The installation was constructed in July near the Mexican border in the town of Jacumba Hot Springs, Calif.
Trump tattoos leave permanent legacy.
These Trump supporters had the U.S. Republican presidential candidate immortalized on their bodies in ink.
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‘Dump Trump’ ties for sale in Toronto.
Galvanized by public outrage over Donald Trump’s divisive campaign, a Toronto clothier has launched a series of ‘Dump Trump’ ties, with plans to donate all proceeds to charity, including one chosen by the family of fallen Muslim American soldier Humayun Khan. The ties are hand-made in Italy and retail for $100 a piece, with about $35 per sale going directly to charity, according to owner and designer Andre Vassi.
Winnipeg nightclub’s ‘murinal.’
Donald Trump is famous for being a bit of a potty mouth, but a Winnipeg nightclub is giving that expression a whole new meaning.