Piñatas in the shape of Donald J. Trump have become a common sight in Portland this election cycle.
But the Mexican grocery Tortilleria Y Tienda De Leon sells an unusual companion to its Trump piñata: a Hillary Rodham Clinton piñata, clad in an orange jumpsuit and handcuffs.
The Clinton figure, about three feet tall, sells for $40 at the East Portland store and deli.
"People like them," says store owner Anselmo De Leon, with his grandson Mario translating from Spanish. "They were asking for Clinton. We drove down to California to get them."
But Trump remains the more popular commodity, De Leon says. "Everybody wants Trump so they can knock the candy out of him."
Nick Zukin, who has held Trump piñata-smashing parties at his own Mexican restaurants, reviews Tienda De Leon in this week's WW.