Donald Trump’s line of men’s ties, shirts and cufflinks are made overseas in places he’s criticized like China and Mexico but when he was put on the spot during the March 3 debate he tiptoed around whether he’d stop making them there.
Donald Trump refused to take a stand when it came to his controversial Trump Collection clothing line. Donald has admitted that his line, which was once sold in Macy’s before they dumped him, was in fact manufactured in Mexico and China. But during the Republican debate on March 3 he would only talk about “devaluation” and wouldn’t address the issue.
“They devalue their currencies,” Donald said. “I will do that [sell my clothes in the U.S.]. They devalue their currencies more and more, in particular China. Mexico is doing a big number there also. Japan, unbelievable what they’re doing. They devalue their currency and they made it impossible for clothing makers in this country to do clothing in this country and if you look at 7th Avenue and you look at New York, what’s happened with the Garment District. So much of the clothing comes out from Vietnam, China and other places and it’s all because of devaluation. By the way, Transpacific, if you look at the TPP [Trans-Pacific Partnership], it’s a disaster, which by the way, Marco is in favor of.”
Marco Rubio and Donald continued to go back and forth throughout the debate and they argued over the size of Donald’s … penis! “I also happened to call him a lightweight, and I have said that so I would like to take that back,” Donald said. “He’s not that much of a lightweight. And I have to say this, he hit my hands no one has ever hit my hands. Look at those hands, are those small hands? And he referred to my hands as if they’re small, something else may be small. I guarantee to you there’s no problem, I guarantee!”
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