Around the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, there was a Donald Trump’s piñata, with a black suit, blue eyes, blond hair and a green band with the legend of “Mexico” on its head. It stuffed with Mexican candy and that was going to break before the game between the Mexican National Team and Cuba began.
“In several grocery stores you can buy Donald Trump piñata, they are worth about $ 30. They are a little expensive, but it’s worth it, add the Mexican sweets we bought to fill it”. These were the words of an informant who preferred to omit his name.
Donald Trump’s piñata supports Mexico and promises Mexican sweets for all. The plan was to throw it from one side of the stadium to the other until it burst. But nevertheless, the authorities warned that they could not access the building of the president of the United States.
After, Trump stayed outside. The plan changed, the piñata burst out of the Rose Bowl, so that all the fans would break it up, throwing it from one place to another and winning a Mexican sweet.
“The idea came because we came to the stadium and saw it, then we thought of getting the president to the van,” adds the owner of the piñata.
Historically, the history of Donald Trump’s piñatas in Mexico has been nothing more than a social reaction against the offenses of the US president against Mexican immigrants.
With ESPN information