A construction worker used a Mexican flag to make a statement on Trump Tower in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Sunday.
CBC News reported that Diego Reyna, a Mexican-Canadian, hung the flag Saturday and posted an image of him posing with it on Facebook.
"I put a Mexican flag on the roof of the Trump Tower in Vancouver, just to show that he is benefiting from us and that we are working hard on his projects and that we are not all criminals," Reyna, who is not working on the building, said.
Reyna, 30, told The Huffington Post Canada that he has several Mexican and Muslim friends who are working on the project, and he partially hung the flag there for them.
"They kept telling me their frustration, their anger and their hurt but they can't say anything," Reyna said. "So I did it because I don't work there."
The flag was taken down by Sunday.
Fox News Latino reported that Holborn Group, the owner of Vancouver Trump building, declined to comment on Reyna's actions.
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