They are reserved for Trump's "STRONGEST supporters."
Donald Trump supporters are being asked to purchase a loyalty card to show their love for the former U.S. president, but critics spotted two big problems with the designs.
Trump's political action committee sent two emails to supporters on Wednesday, August 4, asking fans to carry the Trump fan cards. According to Business Insider, the second email said Trump Cards were "reserved for President Trump's STRONGEST supporters."
However, Trump critics were quick to point out some issues with the four designs. The gold eagle design has been compared to the Imperial Eagle or "Reichsadler" emblem used during Nazi rule. That design was accompanied by a swastika and adopted by Adolf Hitler.
Trying to think where I have seen the new Trump Card insignia before 😡🤦🏻♀️ https://t.co/sZ3VNgFUvt— Amy Siskind 🏳️🌈 (@Amy Siskind 🏳️🌈) 1628174798.0
Others pointed out that on another of the designs, the creator had misspelled "official" as "OFFICAL."
After months of internet silence, Trump returned to the public eye by launching a new website in March 2021 following his social media bans. His website includes fundraising options including an online shop.