Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has finally figured out a way to monetize her reputation for wearing pantsuits.
The Clinton campaign’s
official website now offers “The Pantsuit Palette Tee,” complete with the slogan, “Why pick one pantsuit when you can wear them all at once?”
The $30 shirt is 50 percent cotton, 50 percent polyester and 100 percent awesome. It is made in America and Clinton even suggests that women “may consider sizing down.”
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The shirt features a front illustration by Julia Rothman that is several colored pantsuits lined up to create a rainbow feel, with the Clinton campaign logo on the back.
The Clinton campaign has featured humorous items in the past, including “The Woman Card” and “deck of woman cards,” which both play off Donald Trump referring to Clinton playing the woman card. The site also featured stickers that say, “Love Trumps Hate.”
Clinton has done a good job raising money, as recent reports suggest she has at least $40 million more than Trump to spend during the general election. If the $30 pantsuits shirts take off, it could bolster her campaign’s wallet even further.
Take a look at the amusing t-shirt below.
Hillary Clinton's Veep: Potential VP Picks' Latest Odds (Photos)
It’s almost time for Hillary Clinton to select a running mate. People from Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders to Mark Cuban have been named as possibilities, and online gambling site Bovada has posted the odds...
Clinton's pool of potential veep picks is as diverse as her constituency. Here they are, ranked from longest longshots to most likely locks.
Bill Clinton is a long shot at 100/1, but you’ve seen “House of Cards,” right?
One way to ensure Bernie Sanders supporters vote for Clinton would be to add him to the ticket. The Vermont senator is listed at 33/1.
Virginia senator Mark Warner has explored running for president himself and is listed at 25/1 to join Clinton's ticket.
Joe Biden has experience as the VP, but is a long shot at 25/1.
Ohio senator Sherrod Brown is considered a progressive hero and is listed at 12/1 to join Clinton's ticket.
New Jersey senator Cory Booker is a favorite of Hillary Clinton supporters with 12/1 odds.
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro is the grandson of Mexican immigrants. His odds are 15/2.
Secretary of Labor Tom Perez worked on civil rights issues at the Department of Health and Human Services during Bill Clinton’s presidency. His odds are 5/1.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren also has 4/1 odds. She has battled Donald Trump on Twitter and would offer a historic all-female ticket.
Virginia senator Tim Kaine is the current favorite at 5/6.
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