But it seems drug dealers are now seeking to exploit the president's fame, with a batch of bright orange ecstasy pills shaped into the image of the president seized by Idaho police.
State troopers involved in "Operation Blue Anvil" patrolled U.S. Highway 31 in Miami and Fulton counties over three-day periods twice last month, according to a state police statement. The operation was carried out during June 19 through June 21, and June 26 through June 28.
The illegal drugs were seized by cops in IN, and have the words "Great Again" stamped on the back - an apparent reference to Trump's "Make America Great Again" campaign slogan.
The pills, classified by the police as "Trump shaped ecstasy pills", were branded with the words "GREAT AGAIN" on the back.
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The stops resulted in 129 arrests on drug-related charges, they said.
Friday's release doesn't say how numerous pills have been seized.
The orange Trump-shaped pills were uncovered along with cocaine, heroin, LSD, marijuana, prescription drugs and others. Police in Germany past year seized 5,000 orange ecstasy pills made to resemble the US President.
IN authorities said in a news release that last week's operation was aimed in part at catching individuals using in roadways to transport and distribute drugs.