The Trump 2020 campaign is fighting the Democrats’ impeachment-inquiry with the help of themed merchandise, including $30 “Read the transcript!” T-shirts.
The transcript top is a nod to President Trump’s recent ask that people read a summary of his July 25 phone call with Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky, which sparked the inquiry.
The Trump camp says the House impeachment probe is all part of the left’s long-running “witch hunt” against the president — and is selling “Stop the Witch Hunt” shirts for $30 a pop.
They’re also telling House Democrats to “Get over it” on a top that’s also going for $30.
“America is ready for Congress to get back to work,” reads the webpage for the shirt.
There’s also a $25 “Where’s Hunter?” tee, for Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, whose work for a Ukrainian natural gas company while his dad was Vice President, Trump has said should be scrutinized.
Democrats charge that Trump tried to pressure Ukraine into digging up dirt on the Bidens by withholding about $400 million in military aid.
The campaign couldn’t immediately say how many of the goods they’d sold. About a dozen supporters were spotted at Trump’s rally in Kentucky Monday, standing behind him in the “transcript” shirts.
The merch “lets voters show their support of President Trump and stand against Democrats’ partisan witch hunt,” said campaign spokeswoman Sarah Matthews in a statement.
“It gives people a little ownership of the re-election campaign and gives them high quality merchandise in exchange for their donations.
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