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Donald or Hillary? 6 Jewish Ways to Flaunt Your Support

Whether you’re “with her” or want to “make America great again,” there are plenty of ways to flaunt your political beliefs — and your Judaism too.

Here’s our curated list of the best Jewish-themed campaign gear on the market:

In shul

They say not to bring politics into the synagogue, but these kippot allow you to show your respect for God and the presidential candidate of your choice.

This Hillary Clinton skullcap features her name and the Hebrew letter “hey,” stylicized to look like the Democratic candidate’s campaign logo.

Hillary Clinton kippah Image by Marc's Garden Jubilee

This kippah reads “Make America great again” in Hebrew — perfect for any Donald Trump supporter.

Donald Trump kippah Image by Marc's Garden Jubilee

On the road

Flaunt your Clinton pride with this Hebrew bumper sticker.

Hillary Clinton bumper sticker Image by Zazzle

Or show your Trump support with this one, although a slight Hebrew letter mixup makes his name read “Trumf.”

Donald Trump bumper sticker Image by Zazzle

Out and about

Whether going to the beach or hanging out at home, this shirt is perfect for pro-Clinton members of the tribe.

Hillary Clinton shirt Image by Zazzle

If you love Trump, this is the tee for you.

Donald Trump shirt Image by Zazzle

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