Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale told GOP delegates that the president and his family are transforming the Republican Party "into a new party."
The president's 2020 campaign team has faced backlash for hawking Trump-branded marker pens online.
The new apparel is the latest in the campaign's line of rage-baiting merchandise.
Brad Parscale threatened to stop advertising on Twitter after the platform locked Mitch McConnell's Twitter page because of a video it deemed too violent.
The new merch, branded as a defiant stand against "liberal paper straws," went on sale less than two weeks ago.
Brad Parscale draws some new battle lines for the president's reelection effort.
The husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said it's "maddening" to watch this presidency unfold.
The husband of top White House aide Kellyanne Conway recently suggested Trump is mentally unfit to be president.
Brad Parscale put the criticism that Kellyanne Conway's husband frequently levels at Donald Trump down to one thing.
Brad Parscale's attack on Kellyanne Conway's husband backfired.
"Poor Brad, the IT guy way way way over his head."
"There will be high school football games on Friday night with bigger crowds than that."
"Hmmm 🤔 Should we do the right thing & tell him this is probably not a compliment? NAW."
Acosta told Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale that canceling press credentials is the work of "dictatorships."
Brad Parscale sold his company to a company with a sketchy past, according to The Associated Press.