There was the Jeb Bush guacamole dish. Then, "Grillary Clinton" kitchen apron.
Now there is Trump Straws.
President Donald Trump's re-election campaign sells 10 plastic branded packages for $ 15.
Why? Because "liberal paper jets don't work," the president's online campaign store claims.
"STAND WITH PRESIDENT TRUMP and buy your package of recyclable straws today," the site said.
The straws advertised are nine inches long and bright red – the same shade as Trump's commonly used "Make America Great Again" baseball hats ̵
By Friday afternoon ET, the rays had apparently sold out.
The Trump campaign did not respond to CNBC's request for comment.
Trump asked at the White House on Friday if he was to ban plastic rolls, said: "I think we have more problems than plastic jets."
But he continued: "You know, it's interesting about plastic bands. So, you have a little straw. But what about the plates, the cover and everything else that is much bigger and they are made of the same material? Interesting. Everyone focuses on straws. There are many other things to focus on. But it is an interesting question. "
Some cities have gone through legislation that limits or prohibits the sale or use of straw by companies, enhanced by concerns about plastic pollution which damages the world's oceans. Some big companies, like Starbucks, have even promised to stop offering plastic rolls in all their stores.
The Trump campaign sells plastic socks for $ 15 per pack.
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Biodegradable paper jets have grown in popularity – but they are often criticized for resolving or influencing the taste of beverages.
Most political campaigns sell basic goods, including T-shirts, stickers, buttons and coffee mugs. But Trump, who built his own surname into a global brand, takes things to a different level.
The Trump-Pence 2020 site sells jerseys knocking former specialty Robert Mueller's Russian investigation as "collusion hoax", jerseys and stickers with some of Trump's most popular tweets, a MAGA branded swimsuit and a $ 75 card with an engraved wooden box.
Trump's campaign manager Brad Parscale presented the latest addition to the deal in a tweet Thursday evening.
"Makes good again # Trump2020," Parscale tweeted.