Trump tombstone found in NYC's Central Park

Unclear whether tombstone will be taken as threat

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NEW YORK – An anonymous person left a tombstone in New York City's Central Park this weekend that bore the name of presidential candidate Donald Trump.

ABC News reports the tombstone was found by a passerby in the park.

The tombstone was engraved with Trump's birth year, while the words "Made America Hate Again" were inscribed in the stone.

The tombstone has since been removed.

ABC News says it's unknown whether the tombstone will be taken as a threat against Trump's life.

"We're not going to comment on protective procedures or protective knowledge like that," Martin Mulholland, special agent in charge of the Secret Service's office of public affairs, told ABC News on Monday.