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The new home of Donald Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again’ hat

The new home of Donald Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again’ hat

President Donald Trump is set to welcome a new generation of his own brand of populism, the Make America GreatAgain hat.

The Trump Organization said Friday that the hats will debut in 2019 and include a slogan and slogan logo.

The hats are intended to celebrate the new president’s vision for the country and to encourage patriotic and patriotic-minded Americans to be part of his administration, Trump said at a ribbon-cutting at the New York Mercantile Exchange on Friday.

The first hats will feature an image of Trump, flanked by a portrait of his father, Fred, the Republican presidential nominee from 1932 to 1956.

Trump is expected to wear the hats for the first time at a state dinner in April in Washington, D.C., where he will also receive a state award.

The president has long worn the hat during his speeches and rallies.

But the new hats are expected to be much more than just hats.

They will be a centerpiece of his first major policy agenda and represent a new way for the president to express his views and to unite his diverse base.

The new hats will be available online starting next month.

A spokesman for the White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The White House previously announced plans to sell Trump hats in 2019.

Trump’s presidential campaign has already sold more than 3 million hats, including nearly 100,000 hats in early October, according to the campaign.

The hat is made from lightweight fabric, but the campaign also said it has not made any compromises on the quality.

The brand has not yet announced how many hats it will sell, or whether it plans to launch a line of hats with new slogans.

The campaign did not specify the number of hats it planned to sell, but it did say that the new campaign slogan will be announced in the coming weeks.

The Make America Trump hat is expected not to be cheap, but some analysts expect it to cost $40 or less.

Trump has frequently touted his plan to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, an idea that has not gained much traction in Congress, where Democrats are in the minority.

The wall has not received a final public vote from Congress.