During Mexico's holy week in March, festivalgoers in Mexico usually burn their demons, or "Judases," in a traditional celebration to cleanse the soul. The ritual typically involves unpopular politicians — and this year the grand finale featured a papier-mâché version of Donald Trump.
As The Washington Post's Josh Parlow writes, groups spend months building their effigies. After they're done, they're set ablaze in a fantastic show of fireworks and sparklers. Read more: Mexicans celebrate holiday by burning Trump in effigy
A Halloween mask
Business has improved for Carteras REV, a mask factory in Jiutepec, Mexico, according to CNN Money. A Trump mask is popular, with only masks of drug kingpin Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán posting higher sales. The "deluxe" model comes with faux hair. Watch: Trump mask a holiday hit in Mexico
Various vendors in Mexico and the United States have capitalized on the popularity of Trump and El Chapo, building piñatas that resemble both.
An evil clone in a comedy
In the popular play "Los Hijos de Trump," or "Sons of Trump," multiple versions of Donald Trump run around in blonde wigs performing evil deeds, such as stealing from the blind, throwing drinks in waiters' faces and bribing the police.
The play is adapted from a show called "Brokers," which pokes fun at the wealthy. Read more: A new play about Donald Trump is a hit. In Mexico.
A mural showing Donald Trump with his index finger in the air and the words "!Rape Trump!" above his head became a tourist attraction after it was spray-painted on a border wall between Mexico and the United States. An artist collective, which also created a naked, life-size statue of Trump, said they made the mural in response to Trump's comments calling Mexicans "rapists." Read More: These protesters wanted to humiliate ‘Emperor’ Trump. So they took off his clothes. The surreal creepiness of a Chinese factory churning out Donald Trump masks