The reviews for Donald Trump's 'Make America Great Again' bauble are truly wonderful

Harriet Marsden@harriet1marsden
Friday 25 November 2016 15:15
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President-elect Donald Trump is officially the Grinch Who Trolled Christmas.

In a move that should surprise absolutely no one, the Donald decided to bring out his own Christmas ornament.

It's a little model of the infamous red cap, emblazoned with the insistently sickening 'Make America Great Again'.

The 'red cap collectible' made of brass with a 14-karat-gold finish, is for sale on his website for around $150, (roughly two days of median household income in the state of Kentucky, which Trump won handsomely).

Because he's an anti-elitist man of the people, hadn't you heard.

Although to be fair, he's not taking his presidential salary, so times are tough for the billionaire this Christmas.

According to CBS News, the Trump campaign announced the sale on Wednesday, saying that he "makes a point of proudly saying 'Merry Christmas' every chance he gets".

Yes, we remember from 2013:

It's also being sold on Amazon by 'Trump', although it's not clear as yet whether this is a legitimate product posting.

Either way, the internet has responded in absolutely outstanding fashion.

There's already around 3,500 reviews on the Amazon listing - they're political, they're scathing, and they're unbelievably hilarious.

I absolutely love it. White cloaks were sold out so i thought, this would be perfect to top my all white tree. My sister wife is getting ready to order a bunch of hat for stocking stuffers as we speak.

If only I could give this item a 6 star rating, to go with the 6 bankruptcies I will surely be filing to pay for this bitch. Excuse me, nasty woman.

It tried to put my nativity figures into an internment camp. Would not buy again.

The angel on top of my tree just hired a lawyer.

Despite ordering a more reasonable ornament, this one arrived. [...] I hung it on my tree, but it is so yuge that it has totally unbalanced my whole tree. No matter where I hang it, the tree leans waaaay over to the far right.

Its small size makes it easy for tiny hands to handle.

I think mine has a misprint on it...It says 'Make America Hate Again'. Maybe not a typo?

My pussy cat would not even play with it. It just didn't seem to grab her.

While its incessantly one-note 'White Christmas' can get tiresome, just wait and you'll be treated to other old-fashioned refrains, such as 'Jingoism Bells,' 'I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In (And Sent Them Back to Syria),' and, if you're VERY lucky, 'Silent Night (Since Kellyanne Took My Twitter Away).

It's great for everyone—and I mean everyone—except crying babies, Mexican rapists, Jews offended by Nazi propaganda, black people living in hell, women who aren't 10s, people who don't like being groped, the disabled, war heroes who got caught, all—I repeat, ALL—Muslims, and anyone who is a loser or hater.

And this, the winner...

After having advertisements shoved down my throat for what seemed like years, this ornament appeared on my door step. I decided to give it a chance and put in on our tree. The next day we had surprise carolers. They turned out to a KKKarolers and I had to shoo them away with a broom.

Then Ann Coulter showed up dressed as Santa asking for donations. I thought the money was for the Salvation Army. I had to shoo her away also as the money was going towards a new version of Mein Kampf she was working on. Needless to say, I was not very impressed with this item.

When I went to put it back in the package I noticed another ornament at the bottom. It was a bobble head of a white haired man with the name tag reading Mike. Just then a there was a knocking at my door.

It was Jason and Nicole from the local gay conversion summer camp. They asked me to come with them. I told them that I wasn't gay. I proceeded to tell them that if I was gay though then electro shock therapy wouldn't “cure” me.

After shooing them off my porch, I decided that this wasn't the right ornament for me, my family and definitely not my child and quickly sent it away in a time machine to the year 1902.

The internet came together to create something wonderful. It's a Christmas miracle.

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