Windsor deli serves Trump sandwich, full of baloney with wall of Mexican chips
'I’m certainly not a fan of his. He’s dangerous. He has a thin skin. He’s all fluff, no substance'
A deli in Windsor, Ont., is selling Trump Sandwiches in order to mock Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee.
The Windsor Sandwich Shop creation is quite simple. It includes, two slices of white bread, full of baloney with a side of Russian dressing and little pickle, all surrounded by "a wall of Mexican chips," the deli's Facebook post says.
Windsor Sandwich Shop owner Lawrence Lavender is the man behind the idea.
He doesn't support Trump. He disagrees with the billionaire's policies and called him a "danger to the world."
"I'm certainly not a fan of his. He's dangerous. He has a thin skin. He's all fluff, no substance," Lavender said.
Lavender is a dual citizen, who has lived in Canada for 10 years and has the right to vote in the upcoming U.S. presidential election. He intends to cast a ballot.
Lavender says he "always has and always will" vote.
"It's important," he said.
Lavender can vote in Florida, which he called "the mother of all swing states."
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"Whoever is the president of the United States has an effect globally. We are literally right across the water from them," he said of living in Windsor, right across from Detroit. "In addition to that, I'm a dual citizen and I do actually care about what happens in my other country, as well."