Trump’s clause increased the demand for Jewish Museum T-shirts in the U.S.

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U.S. President Donald Trump’s disclaimer during a speech at a national parks support event became a memo and led to a stirred demand for T-shirts with this phrase. This was reported on Twitter at the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia on August 7.

Trump wanted to say the name of the Yosemite National Park, which in short form sounds like Yosemite, but the American leader said “Yo Semite”, which means “Hello, Semite”.

Employees of the Jewish Museum in Philadelphia noted that this clause is not new and that they have had T-shirts with this phrase on sale since 2011. However, due to the American president’s reservation, demand for this product has increased significantly.

Earlier, on July 23, former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden called the current head of state Donald Trump the first “racist president” in the United States. During an online conference, South Korean immigrant Suk Kim expressed concern that Trump calls COVID-19 a Chinese virus. He stressed that no previous US president had ever allowed himself to be so.