Before he became the Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump was a
reality star businessman. Trump has put on his businessman hat during his campaign once agai,n turning Hillary Clinton's "deplorable" insult into a t-shirt he's selling on his website. The shirt is the latest controversial apparel from Trump following the "Make Mexico Great Again Also" hats—a riff on the original "Make America Great Again" hats.
Trump unveiled three styles of t-shirts reading "deplorable" on his campaign website at $35 each. One shirt even pokes fun at Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton's campaign slogan "I'm With Her" by crossing it out and replacing it with "I'm a Deplorable."
The shirt description reads: "Hillary labeled tens of millions of hard-working patriotic men and women as 'deplorable.' Show Hillary and the country you're proud to be a part of this 'deplorable' movement to Make America Great Again."
At a fundraiser this month, Clinton called half of Trump supporters "deplorables," saying "To just be grossly generalistic, you can put half of Trump supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic—you name it."
Clinton later apologized for the remark.
After calling Clinton out for the remark, Trump embraced the label at a Miami rally last week when he entered the event with a "Les Deplorables" image on a screen behind him.