A baby donkey named Demo belonging to Colombian attorney Silvio Carrasquilla, dressed as the mascot of the U.S. Democratic Party, stands where it was placed in a pose by Carrasquilla between the U.S. and the Colombian flags, at his home in Turbaco, near Cartagena, April 11, 2012. Carrasquilla, Turbaco’s former mayor who considers himself Colombia’s number one fan of U.S. President Barack Obama, is sprucing up his house by painting it the red, white and blue of the U.S. flag to celebrate Obama’s arrival in Cartagena for the VI Summit of the Americas on Friday.
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