Trump Booed as He Drops $399 Official Gold Sneakers at Sneaker Con | Video

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When former President Donald Trump introduced glittering gold sneakers with the Trump brand at Sneaker Con in Pennsylvania, he was met with a response that was definitely divided. But despite that nine-figure setback, he had some good news on Saturday: Trump’s sneakers rapidly sold out. The introduction of the $399 shoes comes after a week in which a judge ordered him to pay $355 million for fraud. The judge’s ruling came shortly after the launch of the shoes.





As Trump was discussing the gold shoes, he stated, “I’ve wanted to do this for a long time,” referring to his desire to do so. I have some truly remarkable individuals who collaborate with me on various projects, and it was they who initiated this idea. In addition, this is something that I have been discussing for the past twelve or thirteen years, and I believe that it is going to be a huge success.

Gold is used for the shoes, and they feature a design of the American flag around the ankle. The bottoms are red, and there is a Trump T imprinted in gold on the sides of the shoes, as well as another T on the tongue of the shoes.
The communications director for the Biden campaign, Michael Tyler, took advantage of the chance to make a jab at Trump by making fun of the clear Nike-inspired styling.



The presence of Donald Trump in order to promote bootleg “Off-Whites is the closest he will ever get to any Air Force Ones for the rest of his life,” his statement stated. “He will never get another opportunity like this.”

During his appearance at Sneaker Con, Trump remarked, “That’s the real deal,” while holding up the gold shoes. He proceeded to talk while standing at a podium, which featured the phrase “GetTrumpSneakers.com” written all over the background behind him as well as on his podium itself. He spoke while a shoe was placed on either side of the podium.



The one thousand pairs that were part of the limited edition numbered run, of which ten were signed by Trump, remained unclaimed. Nevertheless, there is no need to be concerned because the maker is also selling other shoes with the Trump brand name, such as the “T – Red Wave” in red and the “POTUS 45” in white with gold detailing.

He introduced Trump by saying, “Never in the history of our nation has a president of the United States released their own sneaker.” Culture Kicks’ Chase Young made this statement.

To get a pair of the sneakers that had been signed by the artist, one admirer placed a bid of nine thousand dollars. Roman Sharf, the buyer, stated in a post that he would be “passing these down to my kids, but for now will display in the office.” The post was made on X, which was once known as Twitter.



To encourage young people to participate in the voting process, Trump addressed the crowd.

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“You are aware that we are going to remember Sneaker Con, and we are also going to remember the young people involved in the event.” Another statement that he made was, “It’s a slightly different audience than I’m used to, but I love this audience.”

Additionally, the company is selling new perfumes that are associated with Donald Trump. These include “Victory47 Cologne,” which comes in a bottle that is topped with a gold version of Trump’s own head, and a perfume that is slightly more understated and comes in a bottle that is curved and white. Furthermore, they are selling Trump superhero charms, which include an image of a superhero version of Trump dressed in an outfit consisting of red, white, blue, and gold accents.



The phrase “Sneakerheads love Trump” was printed on promotional signs that were distributed to attendees at Sneaker Con.

In the aftermath of the debut of the sneakers, a number of sneaker enthusiasts engaged in a debate on the internet between liberals and conservatives.

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