Mar-a-Lago owner and part-time Palm Beacher Donald Trump, aka your next president, has turned into marketing gold in Russia.
Our spy in the former evil empire says cheap Trump memorabilia has started appearing in stores.
And then, there’s the expensive stuff.
The Moscow company Caviar has created a limited edition gold-plated iPhone7 Supremo Trump Changeover that comes in three models with prices ranging from $3,059 for a 32G phone to $3,525 for 256G.
The Trump smartphone, which is part of the company’s hand-engraved Supremo collection dedicated to alleged great men, “is covered with gold and decorated with an engraved portrait of Trump and the emblem of the United States, as well as the campaign slogan: Make America Great Again,” according to the company’s website.
The gold-loving Trump would surely appreciate, but he won’t like the fact the website calls him a millionaire!
So, why would Russians pay homage to Trump while his election has sparked protests in Miami and elsewhere?
It’s not only the fact that Trump wants to get cozier with Russia.