What Is the Price for Striking Donald Trump?
By Atención San Miguel
Piñatas are made to be hit. Some represent evil, which has to be exterminated. In this case, the rewards are candies, toys or any other item within the cardboard doll.
On Easter Sunday in San Miguel, the Judases—cardboard caricatures that represent the negative characters in public life that have to be defeated—were set on fire. The most cheered—not for its popularity, but for the punishment it received—was the figure representing Donald Trump. The effigy spun and spun until it exploded. The price of these figures made of papier mâché ranges between 600 and 800 pesos.
Now it is strange to see that the piñata of the politician is for sale in San Miguel. Although it has been available in other Mexican states, here it is a novelty. Hitting the piñata with a huge stick is easy, though, for those who can afford an 800 pesos piñata that is for sale on Calle Reloj.