By Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Raheem Kassam-McIntyre February 24, 2018 “I used to dress like a cowboy when I was a kid, but I never wanted to go out in the real world, so I wore a pink cowboy outfit to work.
I was really proud of it.”
– Donald Trump, speaking at the 2016 Republican National Convention, in Cleveland, Ohio, July 19, 2016.
The President of the United States of America was the most famous celebrity in America for being an outspoken and outspokenly racist and xenophobic figure.
Trump’s famous “Make America Great Again” hat was made famous by the image of a cowboy hat with a cowboy head on top, worn by Trump at rallies during his presidential campaign.
The hat was sold at Donald Trump Jr.’s Trump International Hotel in New York City from 1995 to the present, and Trump, who wore the hat at rallies on several occasions during the 2016 election, frequently wore it at political events, including his inauguration in January 2017.
The cowboy hat was so popular that it spawned a new style, the “pink cowboy hat.”
Trump’s “pinky cowboy hat” was a popular item among his fans and followers, who were so fond of wearing the hat that it was even featured in merchandise and merchandise of the time.
However, as time passed, the hat lost its popularity and Trump’s popularity in the eyes of many Americans plummeted.
In response, the president of the American Conservative Union (ACU) launched a campaign to get rid of the hat.
In March 2018, the ACU published an op-ed in The New York Times titled, “Trump hat must go,” arguing that Trump’s hat was “offensive, sexist and a distraction from his message and policies.”
The ACU’s op-eds are a way for Trump’s supporters to use social media to communicate their feelings about the President of a free and open country, arguing that the hat “is not American.”
“The hat should not be worn, it should not exist in America.
It is a distraction to his campaign, it is an insult to American values and it is divisive,” said Paul M. Thomsen, senior director of the ACUS’s Political Action Committee.
“It is a hat that the President wears and a hat he wears often.
It’s not something we want to be associated with.”
The ACU is now calling on the president to make a formal apology for wearing the “Make American Great Again Hat.”
“While there is no one right way to respond to the hat, it’s important that the president make an official statement of apology and to end the hat controversy,” said Thomsesen.
The American Conservative University, the nation’s largest conservative think tank, released a statement in response to the ACUs op-alison, saying that the “Pinky cowboy Hat” has become an “iconic symbol of white supremacy” and that the ACUC is “strongly urging President Trump to end its sale, as it is offensive, sexist, and divisive.”
“We are glad that the American Conservatism University has spoken out about the fact that the ‘pink’ cowboy hat is a racist, xenophobic, and demeaning symbol of the Republican Party, and the fact is, the ‘Pinky’ is a very common and ubiquitous symbol of hate and racism in American culture, and it has not only been sold on eBay, but it has been worn by the President and his family,” the statement read.
“We also strongly urge President Trump, at a time when the hat is being used by his family and allies to promote their racist, misogynistic, anti-Semitic, and white supremacist ideology, to end this iconic symbol of racist and anti-immigrant hatred and promote a new hat that is more representative of our nation’s history.”
President Trump will have an opportunity to speak to the media on Friday, February 24 at 10:30 a.m.
Eastern/10:30 Pacific, in front of the White House, to discuss the “Pink Cowboy Hat.”
A number of Republican lawmakers have announced they will oppose the president’s decision to end his “porky cowboy hat,” including Representatives Steve Scalise and David Schweikert of Arizona and Senator Marco Rubio of Florida.
“If you get rid, they’re going to take your hats, they’ll wear your hats all over the country. “
You can’t just get rid the hat,” Trump said during his inauguration speech.
“If you get rid, they’re going to take your hats, they’ll wear your hats all over the country.
You can’t do that.”
Trump continued his comments by saying, “There are going to be some very bad people in this country.
And you better be ready for them.”
In response, ACU President Thomser issued a statement calling on Congress to