Donald Trump's Make America Great Again Clover Hat Has Twitter Talking
Election season might be over, but political attire is far from over. President Trump designed a green "Makeup American Great Again" hat for St. Patrick's Day that are available for purchase right now. They're limited edition, double the price of the original, and have one giant mistake. Twitter isn't happy about the MUGA shamrock hats, and it's for a good reason — they don't have a shamrock on them. It's one big "oops" that didn't go unnoticed.
The bright red "Makeup America Great Again" Hat became an iconic image throughout election season. So it only makes sense that President Trump would keep the trend alive. Because, you know, having your own presidential merch line is totally a thing now. This time, President Trump released a limited-edition St. Patrick's Day version of the cap. It's green with gold writing and was designed to "capture the luck of the Irish", according to the website.
There's just one small detail — he used a four-leaf clover rather than a clover, which is the national flower of Ireland. It didn't take long for people on Twitter to notice the detail, and people are not happy about it. Just add this to the list of not-so-great Trump fashion statements.
To say that people are unhappy about the mistake would be an understatement. While some simply pointed out the mistake, others took to Twitter to make jokes instead. Here are some of the best responses to the hat.
Trump made an Irish hat, thinking a four leaf clover, was a shamrock...— Mr Conor (@CINIRIX) March 6, 2017
The leader of the free world, people.
@TeamTrump this is not a shamrock. A shamrock has 3 leaves. More alternative facts!— Anne Fitzgerald (@AnneFiz) March 4, 2017
Make America Smart Again.
Despite the mix-up, the hat has yet to be removed from the site. You can currently buy the $50 on the Donald Trump merch site right now.