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Read This And You’ll Finally Agree With Trump Being President

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We all know that Donald Trump doesn’t like Latinos. That should make us angry. But we’re kind-hearted people, so we found some Latino-free places where he can be president and let us live in peace. Hasta nunca, Trump!

The Sahara Desert

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Latinos don’t really like a beach without the water part, Donald. But you like golfing, right? Good luck finding your balls!

Antartica

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Latinos don’t really like the cold. So chill out, Donald and watch out for polar bears.

A Nickelback Concert

Donald Trump, president and chief executive of Trump Organization Inc. and 2016 U.S. presidential candidate, waves after speaking at The Family Leadership Summit in Ames, Iowa, U.S., on Saturday, July 18, 2015. The sponsor, The FAMiLY LEADER, is a "pro-family, pro-marriage, pro-life organization which champions the principle that God is the ultimate leader of the family." Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Sorry, Donny, not our kind of music.

READ: Luis Coronel and Don Cheto Take on Donald Trump in “Bad Blood”

Inside A Volcano

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We like it caliente, but not THAT caliente.

On A Land Where There Are More Animals Than Humans

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Hey look! Two horses’ asses!

Nazi Germany

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You’d have to beat out Hitler, but I’m sure you’re the bigger fascist. We believe in you!

Under The Sea

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Watch out, Donald! They smell blood! Pinche sangrón!

The Moon

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I’m sure you’ll appreciate the view, Trump. Plus, there aren’t any Latinos on the moon… yet!

Mars

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On second thought, the moon isn’t far enough. Also, this way El Chapo can’t get to you.

READ: El Chapo and Trump Are a Match Made in Meme Heaven

Up His Own Ass

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The guy’s already full of himself. Let’s make it official!

Narnia

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We even got you a first lady! #PerfectCouple

What other places can you think of? Get as crazy and creative as you can, and put them in the comments below! Let’s make this go viral so we can make some Trump supporters cry!

5 Songs The Rolling Stones Should Play At Their Cuba Concert

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5 Songs The Rolling Stones Should Play At Their Cuba Concert

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The Rolling Stones announced they would be stopping in Cuba for a FREE show on March 25 as part of their Latin American tour. This will be a first for the iconic British rock band.

“We have performed in many special places during our long career, but this show in Havana is going to be a landmark event for us, and, we hope, for all our friends in Cuba too,” the Stones announced on their website.

Given the band has been together for more than 50 years and put out 29 studio albums, we’re pretty sure that Jagger & Co. are having a hard time nailing down their set list. Luckily for them, we’re here to help.

“Street Fighting Man”

Much like rock-n-roll, Cuba is all about revolution. This gem from 1968’s “Beggars Banquet” is the perfect anti-establishment anthem.

“You Can’t Always Get What You Want”

The fall of the Soviet Union in 1989 was economically devastating for Cuba. The Caribbean island-nation went through what’s now called  the “special period”/”periodo especial,” which resulted in famine and food rationing. It was a period of necessity and want, which, coincidentally, are the same themes in “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”

“Under My Thumb”

Cuba has been under the reign of the Castro brothers since 1959. This song is about exerting control over someone else. Need we say more?

“Dear Doctor”

Cuba has a reputation for exporting doctors and medical professionals across the developing world. We’re pretty sure that one of these Cuban MDs is an expert at treating broken hearts.

“Saint of Me”

What better way to pay tribute to the birthplace of Santeria than with this track from 1997’s “Bridges to Babylon.”

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