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Italian farmer creates giant portrait of Donald Trump in his corn field

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Italian farmer creates giant portrait of Donald Trump in his corn field – Oct 26, 2016

An Italian land artist has used his tractor to transform a field near the Italian town of Verona into a giant portrait of U.S. Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump.

On a field around 25-thousand-square meters (yards) Gambarin placed “Ciao” in the left bottom corner of his artwork.

On September 12th the land artist created a similar portrait for Hillary Clinton after she fainted while she was attending a commemoration for the 9/11 attack in New York.

Gambarin has done other famous works with his tractor, including portraits of Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama, Pope Francis and a drawing of Rio De Janiero’s Christ the Redeemer statue.

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Meanwhile, Donald Trump’s campaign manager is defending his “pit stop” in Washington to preside at the formal opening of his new luxury hotel blocks from the White House.

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Kellyanne Conway told NBC’s “Today” show that the Republican presidential nominee is justified in showing off his “under-budget, ahead-of-schedule” Trump International Hotel on Wednesday.

She called it a demonstration of Trump’s can-do spirit, calling it a “stunning piece of architecture.” She noted that Trump had made a dozen campaign stops in Florida this week and says he shouldn’t be criticized for attending the hotel opening.

Conway said that Trump has “the most active campaign schedule of the two candidates by far.”

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