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

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This year, that meant lighting replicas of Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump trolling of Comey — Not presidential OPINION: CNN shines in 'Russian Connection' special Dem lawmaker launches petition to block deportation of 9/11 recovery worker 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.