Women Are Going Online Wearing “Make America Great Again” Swimsuits

President Donald Trump may be behind on his “repeal and replace” promise, but if the new MAGA one-piece swimsuits are any indication, he’s having a positive effect on American culture.

Tasteful is always nicer than trashy. Here’s the story, followed by a sample of photos of women wearing the new swimwear.

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This summer, the one-piece swimsuit made a rush back into popular culture and supporters of Trump took advantage to boast their pride with their favorite slogan.

Dozens of women strutted their pride of America in their red, white and blue “Make America Great Again” one-pieces and Instagram account @american_asf was right there to chronicle the most beautiful women showing off the suit.

Dozens of women were reposted wearing the suit, including avid Trump supporter and political TV analysis Tomi Lahren.

“Sick of winning yet? Me either,” the 25-year-old wrote on her Instagram post earlier this summer while wearing the “MAGA” swimming suit.
From
Lake Michigan to Texas, dozens of women strutted their stuff in the newest political fashion trend. Go through the gallery above to see photos of the “MAGA” swimsuit from this summer.

I need to produce and market these.

8 thoughts on “Women Are Going Online Wearing “Make America Great Again” Swimsuits

  1. Ehh, I don’t like the swimsuits, I guess because I’m not a fan of navy blue. If they were red with white text & maybe some blue trim, I would like it better.

    I like the look of the slacks in the bottom photo, mucho better.

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