Donald Trump Campaign Uses T-Shirt To Taunt CNN Over His Lie-Soaked Town Hall

Donald Trump’s 2024 campaign is hawking a T-shirt for a minimum $47 donation in a bid to cash in on the former president’s controversial, falsehood-filled town hall on CNN.

The network received fierce criticism for allowing Trump to spew his lies on live television Wednesday in front of a supportive studio audience, with critics calling it a “disaster” and “shameful.” The town hall took place one day after Trump was found liable for sexual abuse, and the former president used the platform to mock his accuser and continue to lie about the 2020 election.

The Trump campaign on Thursday gloated by promoting the shirt ― which features a picture of Trump wearing shades above the caption: “This Is TNN” ― on WinRed, the GOP fundraising platform.

“CNN was hoping to destroy President on live TV, but our favorite President took command of the town hall and emerged victorious,” the campaign wrote on the website.

It added: “President Trump’s CNN town hall was so masterful that many are now saying CNN should be renamed TNN ― the Trump News Network.”

Proceeds will go to the Trump Save America Joint Fundraising Committee, which the website notes is “a joint fundraising committee on behalf of Donald J. Trump for President 2024, Inc. and Save America.”