Trump Wants Supporters To Carry 'Trump' Cards

By on
Former US president Donald Trump reportedly told his chief of staff that 'Hitler did a lot of good things,' according to an upcoming book
Former US president Donald Trump reportedly told his chief of staff that 'Hitler did a lot of good things,' according to an upcoming book

Donald Trump wants his most adamant supporters to carry “Trump” cards.

Trump’s PAC sent out emails on Wednesday asking his supporters to get carry red and gold cards, which look like credit cards with Trump’s name and signature on them.

Some Trump critics took to social media to suggest that the cards are a dog whistle to the far-right or resemble Nazi iconography. 

Trump supporters were asked to choose between four golden cards. Trump's team reportedly met with him in Florida and asked him to choose one, with Trump responding that the cards were “beautiful” and wanted the American people to decide on what they like best because “they always know best.”

“The card you select will be carried by Patriots all around the country,” the email reads. “They will be a sign of your dedicated support to SAVE AMERICA, and I’m putting my full trust in you.”

When a user clicks the card they prefer, their answer takes them to a donation page with a message that reads, “response recorded.”

Some Twitter users commented that owning the cars would be akin to being in a cult. 

Trump remains the face of the party despite his election defeat. A recent YouGov poll found that 66% of Republicans believe the election was stolen and that Trump is the rightful winner. 

Trump has hinted that he will run again in 2024. He remains a favorite to win the Republican nomination as he has raised more money by himself than the entire GOP combined in the first half of 2021.

Michael Wolff, author of the Trump book "Landslide," has said that Trump still doesn’t know he lost the 2020 election.

“Whether he has managed to convince himself of whether from the get-go he was so focused on hearing what he wanted to hear, he is absolutely certain that he won the election, and if he didn’t win, it could only be it was stolen from him,” Wolff said. 

Join the Discussion