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The customer who bought this Trump piñata contributed more money to Nancy Chárraga and Casa Bonampak than any Mission dweller did to the actual Trump.

Complete with blonde hair and suit, a piñata resembling presidential candidate Donald Trump will be up for whacking this Saturday at Casa Bonampak.

Anyone who would like to take a swing at Trump for his contentious comments about Mexicans and immigration will now be able to do so.

The fair trade importing store dedicated to the preservation of Mexican culture and traditions will be hosting the Trump bashing fiesta in observance of Latino Heritage Month, which begins today.

The first round of piñata breaking will start at 2:15 for children — the piñata will be stuffed with candy and toys. At 3:00 pm, adults will have a go at Trump — they can expect lotto tickets and gift certificates from local business, according to Casa Bonampak’s owner, Nancy Charraga.

The free community event will be held at the store, located at 1051 Valencia street.

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  1. Thank you to the following local businesses who have donated gift certificates so far to the piñata booty: Ritual Coffee Roasters, Luz de Luna, Ibarra Brothers Printing, Locanda Osteria, The Roxie Theater, Noo Works, Heliotrope & The Valencia Corridor Merchants Association