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Hillary Clinton Isn’t the Only One with Hebrew Swag

The Jewish internet was eating up the news that former president Bill Clinton wore a Hebrew lapel pin in support of his wife at the Democratic National Convention.

But Hillary Clinton isn’t the only candidate with Hebrew swag.

For those supporting Donald Trump for president, there’s a pin for you.

Donald Trump pin in Hebrew. Image by Ebay

But why stop there? The world wide web offers a variety of ways to declare your support for Trump loudly, and in Hebrew.

Loud and Proud

Double-down on your support for Trump by wearing your Hebrew Trump pin atop a Hebrew Trump shirt.

Donald Trump t-shirt in Hebrew. Image by Zazzle

However, people might not be able to see how much you support Trump while you’re driving. This is easily fixed — although you might accidentally be declaring your support for Donald Trumpf.

Donald Trump bumper sticker Image by Zazzle

And of course, something for synagogue.

Donald Trump kippah Image by Marc's Garden Jubilee

Bittersweet Memories

In fact, there are a wide variety of Hebrew pins online for almost everyone.

For Republicans missing the days before Trump officially became the party’s candidate:

Jeb Bush pin in Hebrew. Image by Ebay

Ted Cruz pin in Hebrew. Image by Ebay

To, of course, anyone still feeling the Bern for Jewish Sen. Bernie Sanders:

Bernie Sanders pin in Hebrew designed by A&T Designs. Image by Screenshot/

However, it seems if you’re a Jill Stein fan, the only remaining Jewish candidate in the race, you’re out of luck. It must be Google censoring them.

Contact Drew Gerber at or on Twitter, @dagerber




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