Yikes: El Chapo Reportedly Puts $100 Million Bounty On Donald Trump's Head

Yikes: El Chapo Reportedly Puts $100 Million Bounty On Donald Trump's Head
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Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán — the most wanted criminal in Mexico — has allegedly put a bounty on the head of presidential candidate Donald Trump

El Chapo escaped from maximum security prison in Mexico earlier this year via ventilated, lit tunnel that exited in a house construction site nearly a mile away. The Mexican drug lord has evaded capture, and now appears to be doing some investigative work of his own. 

According to TeleSurTV, El Chapo has increased the bounty on Trump's head to a steep $100 million. An unnamed told the source that the drug lord was "mad" about Trump's inflammatory statements about Mexicans. 

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"He wants Donald Trump dead," the unnamed source added. "And he will pay any amount of money to have Donald Trump's head."

The threats have yet to be confirmed, although a Trump employee told Gossip Cop that the threat
"is no joke." 

Bernard Kerik, a former New York City Police Department commissioner, told Newsmax that Trump should take these threats very seriously. "The guy is a known killer... he's involved in one of the largest drug cartels in the world," he said. "The amount of money he has access to or could put together for some kind of reward or bounty is enormous really, and it's something that they should be concerned with."