What the dollar means to Mexico and America
In Mexico, a doll of Donald Trump that had been auctioned off in 2016 was once again auctioned for $4.9 million in 2018.
The doll, known as a “bunda del mar,” was a tribute to the U.S. President Donald Trump and was sold at a private auction for $2.9M in 2017.
It sold for $1.7M in 2018, according to the Associated Press.
Mexico’s President, Enrique Pena Nieto, also announced in January that the doll would be auctioned and that a $3.2 million bid had been received.
The auction for the doll was the largest ever for a doll in Mexico.
This year’s auction was the first time the doll has ever been sold.
The dolls first auction took place in November of last year.
The sale was the second-largest ever for any doll in the country and the first auction for a US president.
A doll of Mexican President Enrique Penaneta, pictured in April 2017, is sold for a record $2 million in Mexico’s capital, Mexico City.
In January, Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump posted a photo of the doll with her husband, Jared Kushner, in which the two are pictured posing with a “Trump doll” in front of the U the dollar sign.
Ivanka Trump is pictured with her father at a news conference on Dec. 6, 2017, in Washington, D.C. The Trump doll has since become a popular topic on Twitter and in the social media site Instagram.
In 2017, a $5.9 Million dollar doll of US President Donald J. Trump was auctioned in Mexico City for $3M.
The previous record was set in 2015 when a $6.4 million dollar doll was auctionED in Mexico, marking the largest US dollar ever auctioned to a Mexican president.
In 2018, the Trump doll fetched $2M at a privately held auction for an estimated $3 million.
The first Trump doll sold in Mexico was auctionD by the Trump Organization in January, 2018.
It was one of five Trump dolls auctioned.
In the first three auctions, Trump and his family made a $500,000 payment for each doll.
It is the largest dollar ever paid for a toy by a foreign president in Mexico and a US President in Mexico at the same time.
Mexico was the third country to auction a Trump doll, the others being Canada and Germany.