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Mexican eatery in Aberdeen pokes fun at Donald Trump

A Mexican eatery in Aberdeen has poked fun at Donald Trump with staff posting a mock-up of a planning request from the new president to build a wall outside their shop.

Published: November 9, 2016
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Muchacho's in Aberdeen posted the picture on their Facebook page, with the fake form showing the businessman, reality star and now president's name, alongside plans to "erect a boundary wall to the front of the property".


Picture: Muchcacho Facebook

Staff say the photo was a bit of fun at the new president of the US's expense and referred to his recent controversial plans to build a wall along the country's border with Mexico.

The post on the brand's Facebook page read: "Two minutes elected and he is already abusing his power..."

The popular eatery on the city's Rose Street, is run by businessman Lee Brandie, who explained that the post was just a "bit of banter" and at aimed at amusing their customers.

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