— RG (@ReggieNABQ) July 23, 2018
— Alt Fed Employee (@Alt_FedEmployee) July 23, 2018
Isn’t his crap and Princess @IvankaTrump‘s shitty stuff made everywhere BUT the USA? 🤔
— JB’s Derp State Blues (@JaybeeStewee) July 23, 2018
Conspicuously absent from #MadeInAmerica is Ivanka Trump, since her stuff is all made in China! Tone deaf & shameful!
— Mona Soliman (@Mona0042) July 23, 2018
@realdonaldtrump had a #MadeinAmerica event today, sans ANY products from Trump or @IvankaTrump b/c they have their inferior products made in sweat shops in 3rd world countries! https://t.co/02WCi7caxN
— grey-sister (@grey_sister) July 23, 2018
#TrumpOrganization foods nowhere on display lol @POTUS @realDonaldTrump start w @IvankaTrump line of goods and your own to create #jobs! #Trump #MAGA by being #MadeInAmerica ! @cenkuygur @AnaKasparian @JayarJackson @johniadarola @jimmy_dore @miserablelib @RonPlacone @angela_rye
— TheBreakerOfWalls (@TheBreakerOfWal) July 23, 2018
Not his though, right? Or Ivanka’s? pic.twitter.com/nsY3omRVPq
— Radioactive Dinosaur (@JeffSaysStuff2) July 23, 2018
— DonnieD (@Linsha222) July 23, 2018
— Lisa Amaral (@Hollaworldwide) July 23, 2018
The hats given to Republican members of Congress during the Trump inauguration also bore made in China labels. Photos of those special black hats also made it back onto Twitter in celebration of Monday’s White House #MadeinAmerica event.
Illinois Democratic Representative Cheri Bustos outed the inaugural hats on Twitter the day of Trump’s inauguration.
— Rep. Cheri Bustos (@RepCheri) January 20, 2017
Late night comedian Jimmy Kimmel also took the Trump family to task back in March for the lack of products made in America in the Trump online store.
The White House issued no official response to Monday’s online criticism over Trump branded merchandise.