From flags to baby clothes to masks, there's tons of merchandise available to indicate one's support for former President Donald Trump, but none of those have surpassed his infamous red "Make America Great Again" Caps.
Since the 2016 campaign, these caps have become synonymous with adoration for Trump. Virtually any Trump-centric event—be it a campaign rally or a deadly failed insurrection—is instantly recognizable thanks to the inevitable sea of red caps.
The former president sent a fundraising email to his supporters encouraging them to buy a new special edition $40 M… https://t.co/JHhRlSWlGs— Jarrett Bellini (@Jarrett Bellini) 1628468410.0
Instead of the typical "Make America Great Again" slogan emblazoned in plain white text, the red cap features the all-too-familiar MAGA acronym in all-caps with gold trim.
The manic fundraising email read:
"[J]ust designed our BRAND NEW MAGA Hat...You've always been one of my most LOYAL supporters, so I don't want you to have just ANY hat…I want YOU to have the MAGA Hat that I personally HAND-SIGNED for YOU."
Reviews were...less than great.
@JarrettBellini Uglier than the last made in China iteration, surprise!— angry florida woman (@angry florida woman) 1628551283.0
@JarrettBellini 🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮 #TrumpIsACriminal https://t.co/w1Kd3pDjxO— Debra Kirkpatrick (@Debra Kirkpatrick) 1628555893.0
@JarrettBellini I do embroidery work. The G looks like it’s sitting on the A. Piss poor job.— Connie (@Connie) 1628560075.0
Others mocked the idea that Trump personally designed the hat.
@JarrettBellini That was a lot of thinking for him— Bigg Matt Weatherford (@Bigg Matt Weatherford) 1628468782.0
@JarrettBellini Actual sketch. https://t.co/FK44WlMo8w— ᗰᗩᖇK_ᗷ_OᑌTTᗩ_ᕼᗴᖇᗴ (@ᗰᗩᖇK_ᗷ_OᑌTTᗩ_ᕼᗴᖇᗴ) 1628543303.0
But the gold-lined hat has at least one silver lining, according to some social media users.
@JarrettBellini Now I don’t have to squint my eyes to see a fool coming my way👍🏾— FindMe11780Votes (@FindMe11780Votes) 1628549243.0
Where's Tim Gunn when you need him?