Trump Unveils Shoes At Sneaker Con

Over the weekend, Trump unveiled the “Never Surrender High-Tops” at the popular sneaker convention, Sneaker Con in Philadelphia- Biden’s very own backyard. These shoes are marketed as “bold, gold, and tough, just like President Trump.” They feature a standout gold finish and a ‘T’ badge and are adorned with an American flag on the collar – a symbol of bravery and freedom.

“I just want to tell you, you know, I’ve wanted to do this for a long time. I have some incredible people that work with me on things and they came up with this,” Trump said. “This is something I’ve been talking about for 12 years, 13 years and I think it’s going to be a big success.”

The website selling the sneakers also offers Trump-branded cologne and perfume, as well as a different style of sneakers, all at premium prices. It’s clear that Trump’s team is targeting true “patriots” and “go-getters” with this line of products, appealing to their love of luxury and their desire to stand out from the crowd.

This comes after the recent ruling in a New York civil fraud case that ordered Trump to pay more than $350 million. And let’s not forget the $83 million he was ordered to pay to a woman he defamed in a different lawsuit.

On top of that, there are questions surrounding the ownership and management of the website selling these items. According to the Associated Press, the website claims to be run by a company that Trump reported owning but also includes a disclaimer stating that the products have no affiliation with any political campaign.

The website says that “Trump Sneakers are not designed, manufactured, distributed or sold by Donald J. Trump, The Trump Organization or any of their respective affiliates or principals.”

The shoes may certainly appeal to some individuals with their flashy design and “Trump” branding, and someone even reportedly paid $9,000 for a pair of Trump-signed sneakers at the event. However, with a price tag of $400, these shoes are definitely not accessible to the average American.