Clinton camp offers Trump-themed tin foil hats

Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonButtigieg stands in as Pence for Harris's debate practice Senate GOP sees early Supreme Court vote as political booster shot Poll: 51 percent of voters want to abolish the electoral college MORE's campaign is mocking Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpOmar fires back at Trump over rally remarks: 'This is my country' Pelosi: Trump hurrying to fill SCOTUS seat so he can repeal ObamaCare Trump mocks Biden appearance, mask use ahead of first debate MORE with do-it-yourself tin foil hats.

Cinton's campaign website features a promotional brochure for a "Trump Tin Foil Hat." The brochure ridicules the Republican nominee for his "conspiracies" and shares instructions to help supporters create their own "Make America Great Again" foil hats. 
"In fact if we elect Donald Trump, we could have a president dedicated to the truth: where is Elvis? Where did we film the moon landing?" the brochure reads. 
It also slams the GOP nominee for his long standing skepticism about President Obama's birth certificate, his claim that Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzTrump argues full Supreme Court needed to settle potential election disputes Press: Notorious RBG vs Notorious GOP The Hill's Morning Report - Sponsored by Facebook - Washington on edge amid SCOTUS vacancy MORE's (R-Texas) father "was involved in the assassination of JFK," statements that climate change is a hoax, and his claim that many Muslim Americans celebrated the 9/11 attacks. 
"So in the spirit of friendliness, here's a quick update to his famous (and stylish) hats. Make it yourself by following the instructions! The truth is out there Donald. Only you can find it," the brochure states.
There are six-step instructions for making the hat, including a warning to be "careful not to inhale the fumes" when gluing it together.
The final step instructs the hat maker to "look in the mirror and remind yourself that you've helped to Make America Great Again."
In recent weeks, Trump has doubled down on his view that the election is being rigged against him, telling supporters the media is trying to elect Clinton.
During the third presidential debate, Trump declined to say if he would accept the election results.