Trump winning against Dems in 2020 merchandise sales
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He’s battling sagging poll numbers, but President TrumpDonald TrumpFormer chairman of Wisconsin GOP party signals he will comply with Jan. 6 committee subpoena Overnight Defense & National Security — Pentagon tells Russia to stand down Billionaire GOP donor maxed out to Manchin following his Build Back Better opposition MORE is crushing the potential 2020 competition — when it comes to merchandise sales. Products promoting “Trump 2020” are far outselling other potential White House hopefuls at one online retailer.

Trump 2020 items, which include everything from hats to “Keep America Great” shirts to bumper stickers, are leading the pack on CafePress.com, with the highest sales to date, nearly 41 percent, among goodies involving the next presidential election.

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But not all the Trump-related 2020 merchandise — an eye-popping nearly 49,000 items in total — necessarily supports the current commander in chief. Some items tagged with Trump’s name and the next presidential election year are less than complimentary, including shirts that say Jan. 20, 2021, will be the “end of an error” and a car magnet stating, “Donald Trump ’20: Just to piss you off!”

And general “Election 2020” items garnered 40.7 percent of sales among the election-related products.

Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersSchumer finds unity moment in Supreme Court fight McConnell warns Biden not to 'outsource' Supreme Court pick to 'radical left' Briahna Joy Gray discusses Pelosi's 2022 re-election announcement MORE (I-Vt.), who was unable to snag the Democratic presidential nomination during last year’s race, comes in a distant second behind Trump in terms of “Bernie 2020” sales, with 13.6 percent. One $19 T-shirt declares “Hindsight is 2020,” with an image of Sanders, while a sweatshirt encourages voters to “#FeelTheBern” in three years. Sanders, 75, has not thrown his hat in the 2020 race.

Michelle ObamaMichelle LeVaughn Robinson ObamaJill Biden adds to communications team in lead-up to midterm elections Michelle Obama: 'Treat fear as a challenge' Barack Obama wishes a happy 58th birthday to 'best friend' Michelle MORE has repeatedly said she’ll never run for office, but that hasn’t stopped CafePress customers from scooping up gear touting a “Michelle 2020” run, representing 5 percent of sales. The former first lady said in April that she wouldn’t ask daughters Sasha and Malia to “do this again” because “when you run for higher office, it’s not just you, it’s your whole family.”

Although there are oodles of Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenDemocrats press cryptomining companies on energy consumption Ocasio-Cortez: Supporting Sinema challenge by someone like Gallego would be easy decision Over 80 lawmakers urge Biden to release memo outlining his authority on student debt cancellation MORE (D-Mass.) items for sale on the site (more than 18,000 products according to a CafePress spokeswoman), customers aren’t necessarily scooping them up. “Elizabeth Warren 2020” items failed to register any percentage of sales among 2020 products.

Warren said in April that she has no plans to run for president in 2020.