According to a China Daily report, Qingdao Wellpaper Industrial Co. has taken 50 orders for special “Dump with Trump” toilet paper. Meanwhile, they have only received eight orders for Hillary Clinton toilet paper. What a LOSER. Quartz investigated further, finding that a total of 78 different Trump toilet paper products were up for sale on China’s leading e-commerce site Alibaba. In comparison, they found only 16 Clinton toilet paper products and not a single one featuring Bernie Sanders.
China’s manufacturing sector seems to be going all in on Trump 2016. Making America great again by manufacturing T-shirts, badges and hats to sell to his supporters over Alibaba’s overseas shopping site. Last week, a Chinese party supply factory weighed in on the 2016 presidential race, predicting that Donald Trump would be the winner and stockpiling thousands upon thousands of Trump masks in preparation for the Halloween season.
This Trump toilet paper is just the thing for people who aren’t satisfied with just shitting on a China-made “Trump Toilet,” but would also like to wipe their ass with the face of the Republican presidential candidate.
A common Donald Trump refrain during the US presidential election is, “China has rebuilt itself with the money it’s sucked out of the United States.”
Thanks to Trump, some Chinese manufacturers are making even more money from US citizens this election.
One Chinese factory is mass-producing Trump masks, betting the Republican candidate will eventually win the presidency in December. Chinese manufacturers are making souvenirs of the US presidential candidates, from T-shirts to badges to hats, and selling them on Alibaba’s overseas shopping sites, state newspaper China Daily reported on Tuesday (May 31). These goods include toilet paper with candidates’ faces on them—and Trump’s face far outsells Clinton’s.
Qingdao Wellpaper Industrial Co., based in north China’s Shandong province, told China Daily that sales of its Trump toilet paper have been rising since mid-February. So far the company has taken 50 orders—some for up to 5,000 rolls—for Trump toilet paper. In comparison, the Clinton toilet paper has attracted only eight orders.