A Dunkin’ Donuts store in the Valley has generated some controversy with some new donuts they made, in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s successful bid for President. The idea was reportedly to make a timely sort of comment on the election that has just concluded, a whimsical moment of inspiration for the bakers at the shop,

and something to talk about for the customers, and then to eat. Some found the idea amusing, but others, not so much. The donuts had red and blue on white frosting, and one says “Trump”, and the other, “wall”, a reference to Trump’s campaign pledge to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Customers spoke out on the donuts Thursday. READ MORE