2019 4th of July Trump Protest T-Shirt
White Unisex T-Shirt with red and blue lettering. Made in the USA.
In June of 2019, President Trump traveled to Japan and asked the Navy to “minimize the visibility” of the USS John S. McCain. When Trump took over the 4th of July celebration in Washington DC that summer, VoteVets and Rags of Honor took action and distributed thousands of these shirts on the National Mall to remind the president what a real hero represents on the day of our independence.
“While VoteVets and John McCain never much saw eye-to-eye on policy, and probably still would not if he was around today, his family’s service to America spoke to that sense of realizing this nation is bigger than just one man,” Jon Soltz, the chair of VoteVets, said in a statement. “Honoring that kind legacy — especially of a political [opponent] — seemed fitting for July 4.”