- ‘Make America Texas’ hat costs $35 online and is sold by a Christian author
- Sanders got hers in Texas while Trump visited with disaster recovery officials
- President wore his white ‘USA’ cap while Melania was seen in a ‘FLOTUS’ cap
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders picked up an unusual souvenir in Texas on Tuesday.
She was spotted aboard Air Force One wearing a baseball hat reading: ‘Make America Texas.’
The red cap with white lettering is an unmistakable take-off on President Trump’s iconic ‘Make America Great Again’ topper.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was seen aboard Air Force One on Tuesday in an unusual baseball cap
The ‘Make America Texas’ hat goes for $35 online
Christian author Don Wood sells the hats for $35 online. They’re also available in blue.
Wood started promoting the caps in mid-2016, as Trump was on his way to clinching the Republican presidential nomination.
‘We all know the thing that makes America great … is Texas,’ he writes on his website.
Wood is the author of ‘Fatherpower,’ a 2005 book about how men can improve their parenting by shedding their own fathers’ destructive habits.
On Tuesday in Texas the president wore a white ‘USA’ cap while the first lady opted for a custom topper reading ‘FLOTUS’
Sanders accompanied President Trump to Texas on Tuesday as he met with disaster recovery officials.
Trump wore a white ‘USA’ cap while first lady Melania Trump was seen sporting a custom black cap with the initials ‘FLOTUS’ embroidered in white.
The Washington Examiner first reported on Sanders’ Lone Star State headgear, which was photographed by a Politico reporter.