Mexicans celebrate Easter by burning figures of Trump

Mexicans celebrated Holy Week with the annual tradition of setting fire to their Judases. 

This year, that meant lighting replicas of Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump: 'I'm considering' going after Clintons' marriage Ivanka Trump stars in first campaign ad for her father Clinton camp on Trump cameo in Playboy film: 'a strange turn of events' MORE ablaze. 

The demons in the ritual are usually forked-tongue devils, flaming dragons and politicians, according to The Washington Post. The burning symbolizes the destruction of evil. 

“For Latinos here and in the U.S., [Donald Trump is] a danger, a real threat,” Leonardo Linares told the Post. 

“He’s a good man to burn as a Judas,” Linares added about his Trump effigy. 

Trump has repeatedly threatened throughout his presidential campaign to build a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border and make Mexico pay for it. 

When Trump announced his candidacy in June, he infamously referred to undocumented immigrants from Mexico as “rapists” and other criminals.