Like most of America, comedians George Lopez and DL Hughley are not accepting Melania Trump’s fashion choice when visiting the children being held at the Mexican border last week. Nor are they entertaining the First Lady’s response to the controversy. So they’ve come up with a response of their own.
The comedic duo hit the streets rocking jackets that read the complete opposite of Melania Trump’s.
Lopez showed off a green jacket — similar to Trump’s — with the phrase “Keep the Kids, Deport the Racist” while Hughley wore a denim jacket that read, “Fo Real tho!”
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TMZ reports the jackets have gotten such a big response that Lopez is working with Kristin Fedyk and Alberto Hernandez, co-owners of Inland’s Venice, Calif location.
Jackets will be available in-store and Lopez’s online store for $99 each. T-shirts will go for $19.99.
Lopez says all proceeds will go “to organizations focused on reuniting parents and their children.”