Trump campaign releases 'Bull-Schiff' T-shirts

President TrumpDonald John TrumpTwitter CEO: 'Not true' that removing Trump campaign video was illegal, as president has claimed Biden formally clinches Democratic presidential nomination Barr says he didn't give 'tactical' command to clear Lafayette protesters MORE’s reelection campaign released “Bull-Schiff” T-shirts Thursday, referencing the House Intelligence Committee chairman as the impeachment inquiry continues. 

The campaign launched the T-shirt, featuring the text “Bull-” in front of a caricature of Rep. Adam SchiffAdam Bennett SchiffSchiff uses Tiananmen anniversary to condemn Trump's response to protests Flynn urged Russian diplomat to have 'reciprocal' response to Obama sanctions, new transcripts show The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - George Floyd's death sparks protests, National Guard activation MORE’s (D-Calif.) face and other designs during the impeachment hearing Thursday. The description for the $30 T-shirt states, “Don’t let Adam Schiff get away with the bull-Schiff Ukrainian investigation.”

“Americans can plainly see the Bull Schiff that’s going on in the sham impeachment hearings and now they can make their feelings known with these great new t-shirts,” Brad ParscaleBradley (Brad) James ParscaleMORE, Trump campaign manager, said in a campaign release. “President Trump’s supporters aren’t shy about expressing their opinions and we know they will just love these new designs.”

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The other new T-shirts feature text that says “America First,” “Border Wall Construction Co.” and “Trump 45 - It Ain’t a Mistake Snowflake.” 

The campaign announced the T-shirts as Fiona Hill, the former National Security Council senior director for Europe and Russia, and David Holmes, an embassy staffer in Kyiv, continued their testimony Thursday in front of the House Intelligence Committee as part of the impeachment inquiry. 

Schiff is leading the hearings, in which several former and current Trump officials have publicly testified the last two weeks about the White House’s relationship with Ukraine. 

The House launched the impeachment inquiry into the president after a whistleblower reported that Trump asked the Ukrainian president to look into his political opponent Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden formally clinches Democratic presidential nomination The Memo: Job numbers boost Trump and challenge Biden Chris Wallace: Jobs numbers show 'the political resilience of Donald Trump' MORE

The Trump campaign also created T-shirts with the phrase “Get Over It” last month, based on comments made by acting chief of staff Mick MulvaneyMick MulvaneyTrump names new acting director of legislative affairs 12 things to know today about coronavirus Mulvaney: 'We've overreacted a little bit' to coronavirus MORE. Mulvaney told reporters at a press conference in October to “get over it” that there is “going to be political influence in foreign policy.”