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Trump's 'Make America Great Again' Target of Minority Satire

An activist in Brooklyn, New York, is selling a cap with the words "Make America Mexico Again.

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    Navajo artist Vanessa Bowen wears her "Make America Native Again" hat at a printing shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Wednesday, July 6, 2016. Bowen says she designed the hat after concluding Trump's “Make America Great Again” slogan spoke of a time when whites excluded minorities. Some minority artists and activists are satirizing Trump's “Make America Great Again” slogan and making money off their parodies to make statements with slogans like "Make America Mexico Again" and "Make American Gay Again."

    Some minority artists and activists are satirizing the "Make America Great Again" slogan of presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump and using their parodies to make statements.

    A Navajo artist Vanessa Bowen of New Mexico has created a hat that touts "Make America Native Again." A Mexican-American activist in Brooklyn, New York, is selling a cap with the words "Make America Mexico Again."

    Bowen says she developed the hat because she believes Trump's slogan speaks of a time when whites excluded minorities.

    Jeronimo Saldana says he starting selling "Make American Mexico Again" after seeing a post online and thought it was a good response to Trump's immigration ideas.

    But Trump supporter and celebrity makeup artist Christopher "Tru" Trujillo says all these "cute" counter-slogans will only help the billionaire businessman.