‘Nazi Trump’ beer has ’em in a froth

STORM: Trump with a swastika belt

MEXICAN brewers have launched a new beer that depicts President Donald Trump wearing a Nazi swastika symbol.

The label of the Amigous Cerveza beer shows Trump dressed in traditional mariachi band

attire, wearing a sombrero hat and a swastika belt buckle.

“The beer been selling extremely fast,” said Luis Enrique de la Reguera, chief executive of brewery Casa Cervecera Cru Cru.

The original batch of 1,200 bottles and 400 litres on tap sold out in the very first week.

Trump has sparked outrage in Mexico

with his vow to build a wall along the southern border to keep out illegal immigrants and

drugs — and to make Mexico pay for the construction.

He also compared Mexican migrants to “rapists” and “criminals”.

So it is really any wonder that the Mexicans are trying to get their own back? L’chaim!

Pig’s ear of kindness

BEING kind to strangers can sometimes have bizarre consequences... as civil rights lawyer Alan Dershowitz found out.

Columnist Daniel Finklestein relates in The Times that on a flight to give a speech at a synagogue in America, Dersh was seated next to a 6ft 4in doctor.

When the two of them left the plane, they accidentally took each other’s jackets.

The lawyer managed to get the phone number of the doctor, who then drove 40 miles to the synagogue, reaching the car park with seconds to spare.

A grateful Dersh slipped on the jacket and turned to rush inside.

At that moment, the doctor stopped him.

“I’ve got a present for you,” he said.

And just before Dershowitz went into the synagogue, the doctor placed in his hands... a large freshly barbecued pig.

New book draws a blank

A NEW book which has been described as “the most extensive review of 3,000 years of Palestinian history” has... 120 blank pages.

Even though it has only been out for a couple of weeks, author Assaf Voll's tome has already shot to the top of Amazon’s Israel and Palestine History section.

Customer reviews call the book — A History of the Palestinian People: From Ancient Times to the Modern Era — “insightful and informative” and “clear and to the point”.

One reviewer even calls the £7.99 book an “illuminating historical review”.

At least with all those blank pages, it shouldn’t take too long to read.

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