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Having a mare trying to figure out what to buy your loved ones for Christmas? Fear no more we've got you sorted.
Donald Trump toilet brushes are now on offer and people love them.
Love them so much in fact that the ingenious seller, 'Michelle R' aka Spacedoutdesigns, has had to tell buyers that they are now looking at a six to eight week arrival time for orders placed after November 15.
The way too accurate brush features Trumps face positioned at the end with his infamous hair being the bristles.
The 45th president of the United States is sporting a navy blue suit and red tie.
Selling for £18.99 ($24) this really would be splashing the cash but many would feel it was worth their hard-earned dollar.
The seller writes: "Make Your Toilet Great Again!
"No president has had a Toilet Brush like my Toilet Brush!
"I am automatically attracted to toilet bowls, I just start scrubbing, I just kiss, I don't even wait and when your a toilet brush they let you do it."
And some hopefully impressive features, albeit maybe slightly over-exaggerated, are: a 15 inch brush with holder, Trump hands actual size, Trump may appear useful when scrubbing the rim, for external use only.
And reviewers seem pretty happy with the contraption. One said: "Exactly as described and was delivered sooner then expected. Thank you!"
Another added: "Great gift. Made everyone laugh."
And a third commented: "LOVE this cool and unique item. Looking forward to gifting it at Xmas!"
Back in September Trump was put behind bars. No, not like that, calm down. His Hollywood Walk of Fame star was 'jailed' for a brief period after a repeat vandal defaced it - yet again.
Street artist known as 'Plastic Jesus' placed wooden bars designed to resemble a jail cell over the star, according to the Los Angeles Times - and posted a photo with the caption: "Trump behind bars. Finally".
The UK-born artist told the New York Post: "I feel that Trump should be jailed for his corruption."
Plastic Jesus has also build a tiny wall around the star in the past, a reference to Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico.
He told CNN: "I try to do my pieces in a way which doesn't vandalise the Walk of Fame too much."
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