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Trump campaign capitalizes on it’s latest target by selling $25 ‘Where’s Hunter’ tees

‘First he was fired by the Navy. Then, he made MILLIONS while his father was VP. Now, he’s nowhere to be found!’ Trump campaign capitalizes on its latest target by selling $25 ‘Where’s Hunter?’ tees

  • President Donald Trump has released a new t-shirt mocking Hunter Biden with the cheeky phrase, ‘Where’s Hunter?’
  • The t-shirts began selling after Trump’s campaign rally in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Tuesday
  • The shirts, which can be found in Trump’s merchandise shop, can be bought for $25 a pop
  • Trump has a history of capitalizing off his campaign jabs and slogans, even amassing $45 million from his ‘Make America Great Again’ hats
  • Trump’s current point of contention against the Biden’s stems from claims that Hunter and his father profited after working with a Ukrainian gas company
  • Following the allegations, Hunter has stepped back from the public eye

President Donald Trump decided to not only rally his staunch supporters against his current target Hunter Biden tonight, but profit off it it with merchandise. 

On Thursday evening, President Trump hosted a campaign rally in in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he took aim at a number of his political enemies in a provocative speech.

One of the most poignant -and apparently profitable -was his jabs at presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son, Hunter. 

The Trump campaign has begun selling ‘Where’s Hunter’ t-shirts (pictured) on their merchandise site for $25 a pop 

‘Joe’s son Hunter got thrown out of the Navy and became a genius on Wall Street in two days. Whatever happened to Hunter, where the h*** is he?,’ Trump railed as a charged up crowd cheered.   

‘Where is Hunter? Fellows, I have an idea for a new t-shirt? I love the cops, but let’s do another t-shirt. Where is Hunter? Where is he?’

The shirts were released during President Trump's (pictured) campaign rally in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Thursday night where he spent time mocking Hunter Biden and his father Joe Biden

The shirts were released during President Trump’s (pictured) campaign rally in Minneapolis, Minnesota on Thursday night where he spent time mocking Hunter Biden and his father Joe Biden 

Hunter Biden (pictured) is being attack by the Trump campaign and a number of Republicans over claims that he profited from a Ukrainian gas company and his father used his influence to have a Ukrainian prosecutor fired

Hunter Biden (pictured) is being attack by the Trump campaign and a number of Republicans over claims that he profited from a Ukrainian gas company and his father used his influence to have a Ukrainian prosecutor fired

Just moments after the rally began, Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Pascale, shared a tweet advertising new ‘Where’s Hunter?’ t-shirts

Pascale said: ‘Get your Where’s Hunter t-shirt NOW! Made in USA (not Ukraine or China). No Prior Experience Required.’

On the Shop DonaldJTrump website, the product is being sold for surprising $25 a pop despite it only being a simple black t-shirt with two white words.

In the websites description, the Trump campaign doesn’t hold their punches and mocks Biden’s alleged mishaps. 

‘First he was fired by the Navy. Then, he made MILLIONS of dollars from overseas companies while his father was Vice President. Now, he’s nowhere to be found! WHERE IS HUNTER BIDEN?,’ it reads.  

Although Trump has disassociated with certain business ventures during his time as president, he’s kept his arguably shrewd  eye for business for his campaign marketing merchandise. 

The t-shirts description blasts Hunter for allegedly being 'fired' by the navy' and making 'millions' while Joe Biden was Vice President

The t-shirts description blasts Hunter for allegedly being ‘fired’ by the navy’ and making ‘millions’ while Joe Biden was Vice President 

Hunter Biden (far right) pictured with his father in 2018 golfing in the Hamptons with Devon Archer (far left), a board member on a Ukrainian gas company

Hunter Biden (far right) pictured with his father in 2018 golfing in the Hamptons with Devon Archer (far left), a board member on a Ukrainian gas company 

It began during his 2016 election run with ‘Make America Great Again’ ball cap, which reportedly brought in $45 million in revenue, and has emerged into a full out campaign gift shop. 

His supporters can pick from Trump-Pence red solo cups, patriotic drink koozies, signature pens and a host of self promoting items. 

Some of the store’s most recent items include a superhero themed President Trump fine art poster for $24 and a $45  Keep America Great Pumpkin Hat for the fall season. 

The Trump campaign’s push against the Biden clan has appeared to focus on allegations that Hunter profited from work with a Ukrainian gas company and his father, Joe Biden, used his influence to fire a Ukrainian prosecutor to benefit said company.

In the wake of the recent allegations, the youngest Biden son has seemingly disappeared from the spotlight as his dad tours the U.S.

The evidence confirming these claims have not been provided and remains uncertain. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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