President Donald Trump’s online campaign store is now selling summer-themed items, including $65 beach towels and $55 “Make American Great Again” swimsuits.
“Make a YUGE splash poolside or at the beach this summer with our new swimwear!” the description for both the men’s and women’s swimsuits noted.
Each purchase is considered a contribution to the Trump Make America Great Again Committee, a joint fundraising effort between the Trump presidential campaign and the Republican National Committee. Some of the money raised by the committee has been used to pay for lawyers responding to the Russia investigation conducted by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Heading into Memorial Day weekend, the items are listed on the campaign store’s homepage as “featured products”:
But on social media, not everyone was impressed by the fashion:
Surprised the women's suit shows off that much skin. Pence won't be pleased.— Andy (@trtx84) May 24, 2018
Spend the summer having refreshing drinks thrown at you wherever you go.https://t.co/LvbjdAw3x3— Save the web rant (@web_rant) May 24, 2018
Every dollar you spend will save a lawyer in need. Please, donate now. pic.twitter.com/v8yjAEWKke— Now Is the Tweeter of Our Discontent (@NowDiscontent) May 24, 2018
Does this swimsuit make me look racist?!— Mo (@modasilva) May 25, 2018
The money actually goes to criminal defense lawyers.— Speculawyer -American (@speculawyer) May 24, 2018
And each order comes with a special coin! Limited edition! Embossed w likeness of Trump and Kim Jong-Un— FLS (@effleess) May 24, 2018
Now you can proudly display your racism when you're at the beach, too.— Ahmee (@obxajacobs) May 25, 2018
What, no speedos?— Geoff West (@geoffwest) May 24, 2018
I noticed the fine print states that the female suits come a Pence autographed Chasity belt.— Ron_inWonderland (@decman52) May 24, 2018
55 dollars for shorts. Seriously?— Steve Curtis (@scurtis2020) May 24, 2018
Because white hoods leave really weird tan lines.— Cory Bauer (@CoryBauer81) May 24, 2018
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.