Most coveted anti-Trump t-shirt at #tdp16: https://t.co/LWcERN9TPn
A new batch of anti-Hillary-Clinton buttons popped up outside Donald Trump's rally tonight: https://t.co/VxKkxSS2We
Back and front of Hillary-Monica t-shirt outside Trump rally. Vendor told me they sell it in size "sexy" too https://t.co/tBgQIzDwXf
Awesome RT @FastCompany: American Apparel taunts Trump with “Make America Gay Again” hats https://t.co/PYqpzXXMBs https://t.co/drIYOmhIu3
Trump card: Strand Book Store is selling ‘Make America Read Again’ hats http://t.co/iAHMKhXYJS http://t.co/fbGFKzd4G1
Mike Rasmussen, wearing a t-shirt opposing Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, pauses for photos before the arrival of Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, at a bar Friday, Jan. 29, 2016, in Ringsted, Iowa. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
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A "Nope" Trump shirt in the style of President Barak Obama's 2008 "Hope" posters.
There are even anti-Trump infant bodysuit's displaying the phrase "I Made a Big Trump in My Diaper."
However, one of the biggest sellers of anti-Trump paraphernalia is a parody of one of the most iconic items to emerge from the 2016 election so far--Trump's campaign slogan trucker hat.
Trump created a cultural phenomenon when he debuted his "Make America Great Again" trucker hat last year--but it was the internet that ultimately seized upon the hat's true meme potential.
Shortly after Trump began wearing the hat, parody versions of it started to go viral online--with snarky takes on the campaign slogan, and sayings that ranged from "Make America Read Again" to "Make America Gay Again."
The internet craze even led to the creation of an online Trump hat generator.