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Trump Suits Say "Made In The USA" — And Imported. Which Is It?

Amazon lists suits from Trump's clothing line as both "Imported" and "Made in the USA." BuzzFeed News found out how the claims measure up.

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Made in...where, exactly?

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No matter what hat Donald J. Trump is wearing — real estate developer, television star, presidential candidate, purveyor of steaks and vodka — he always looks sharp in his trademark dark suit and bright, wide-knotted tie.

Amazon is the main seller of Trump’s clothes. (Macy’s stopped carrying them last year, after Trump’s controversial comments about Mexican immigrants.) But the online retailer seems a little confused about where the suits were made.


After all, bringing overseas manufacturing jobs back to America is a cornerstone of Trump’s presidential campaign. He even SWORE OFF OREOS after Nabisco moved some jobs to Mexico.

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Even on U.S. soil, Trump doesn’t give all of his jobs to Americans. Just last month, he applied to bring in 78 people from other countries to staff his private club in Palm Beach. He said there were no Americans available to do the work.