A headstone bearing the name of living Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has reportedly been removed from New York City's Central Park after it mysteriously appeared near the park's Sheep Meadow over the weekend.

The lone tombstone bore the epitaph, "Made America Hate Again," Time.com reported, a play on Trump's campaign slogan, "Make America Great Again."

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The headstone also had the controversial candidate's birth year — 1946 — but no year of death, according to images posted on social media. 

The city's Parks Department removed the object on Sunday, according to NBC4. There was no word on who placed the tombstone in the park, ABC7 reported.