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Donald Trump loved this shirt he saw in Alaska, so he made his own version — and now they are for sale

Only Donald Trump could get away with selling a t-shirt with his picture all over it from neck to hem.

During his visit to Anchorage for the campaign rally for Kelly Tshibaka and Sarah Palin on July 9, former President Trump spotted a couple of fans in the front row of the Alaska Airlines Center at the University of Alaska wearing shirts that had his face printed all over them. He was in love with the hilarious shirts — and invited the two Alaskans up to the stage so that the 5,000-6,000 fans in the audience could see them.

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Now, just two weeks later, he’s made his own version of the Trump face t-shirts and he’s selling them to raise money for his political action committee, “Save America.”

He called the Alaska shirts “EPIC.”

Did you see what happened at my rally in Alaska?,” Trump wrote in his email pitch to his email list. “I called some FRONT ROW PATRIOTS onto my rally stage because of the incredible TRUMP RALLY SHIRTS they were wearing. After I saw this amazing shirt, I knew I had to have them ready to go for Patriots like YOU. I called my team and they were quick.
Trump said his shirt is “a MASTERPIECE and a true symbol of my SAVE AMERICA movement. I only want my most devoted Patriots to have one, which is why I set one aside for YOU.”

“To claim this shirt, all you must do is step up and give $45 or more by 11:59 PM TONIGHT, but you’ll need to hurry since we’re already running low on our inventory. Please contribute $45 or more by 11:59 PM TONIGHT and I’ll send you an EXCLUSIVE Trump Rally Shirt.

Suzanne Downing
Suzanne Downing
Suzanne Downing had careers in business and journalism before serving as the Director of Faith and Community-based Initiatives for Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and returning to Alaska to serve as speechwriter for Gov. Sean Parnell. Born on the Oregon coast, she moved to Alaska in 1969.


    • Oh what a mature comment….NOT!
      The free market at work. You don’t like it don’t buy it. Neither Biden, Kamala, Berky or Chris could get away with a shirt like that, to say nothing of actually selling any with their faces on it.

    • No, Trump! Al Gross is not on this shirt.

      I would’ve liked to see some credit to the inspiration t-shirt beside saying a couple of patriots. Technically, though, don’t you need someone’s permission to use their image this way if it’s not satire?

  1. What an honor to have president trump emulate you congratulations sir. Suzanne you have more class than most ma’am that is so sweet of you to get the message to us thank you miss guts.

  2. I’m a conservative but I wouldn’t be caught dead wearing that shirt. It’s like a parody of the MAGA movement

  3. Trump endorsed Bronson’s plan today in Washington DC promoting homeless people in tent cities on the outskirts where land is less expensive

  4. Who were those two Patriots on stage with Trump? Didn’t anyone interview them? Maybe they were plants. Those shirts are a bit over the top. Sorry, but who the hell is going to wear one outside of a Trump rally?

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