Two of the designs from the National Republican Congressional Committee, which works to elect Republicans to the House of Representatives, feature snowflakes and the message “I stand with Trump.” A third presents a jumble of words related to Trump and Christmas.
While all three are available for a campaign contribution of $25, the link the GOP group sent out leads to a page where the $35 option is pre-selected. There is no $25 option, but that amount may be entered into a box marked “other.” In addition, a box marked “make this a monthly contribution” is checked by default.
The group said it has raised half a million dollars by selling wrapping paper so far.
The official Trump campaign store also offers an array of Christmas items, including its own wrapping paper. One six-foot roll costs $30. There’s also a $60 “Make America Great Again” hat ornament, a $35 wooden toy Trump-Pence truck, a $16 leash and a $15 collar.
Twitter users unwrapped some criticism ― and more than a few jokes ― about the fundraising scheme:
Tired: Jesus is the Reason for the Season.
Wired: The libs are waging a war on Christmas.
— Jim Swift (@JimSwiftDC) November 12, 2019
The Trump Make America Great Again Committee is selling £23 rolls of Trump-themed Christmas wrapping paper. Ideal if you're looking to cover something up. pic.twitter.com/ZWUhmK6aoS
— Martyn McLaughlin (@MartynMcL) November 13, 2019
Even in my most hardcore, fervent Trump supporting days, I would have found Trump-wrapping paper.... odd.
— A.J. Delgado (@AJDelgado13) November 14, 2019
Oh wow the NRCC is sending Trump themed wrapping paper for $25+ donations.@NRCC do you have a toilet paper variant I could get my hands (and shit) on?
— 🐝 Mark Joseph Kremer 🐝 #FBR (@MarkJKremer) November 15, 2019
My grandma is getting an awesome gift this year but she’s getting it wrapped in “Trump 2020” wrapping paper so we will see how this Christmas goes. #Hohotroll
— Matthew Keys (@MatthewKeysLive) November 12, 2019
Just a heads up regarding your $35+ wrapping paper.I know you don’t really know what people spend on stuff,so take note. Most people don’t spend more on the wrapping paper then they do on the actual gift inside. In fact, the gift is usually the part people care about.
— Meredith (@meralee727) November 15, 2019
— James Anderson, PhD (@jrandersoniii) November 6, 2019
Trump Wrapping Paper. For when you absolutely, positively, have to cover something up and piss off your family at Christmas in one fell swoop.
— Ryan Fissel (@RyanFissel) November 14, 2019
My spam folder had an ad for Trump wrapping paper. pic.twitter.com/gyYMSU7UcR
— Dave ”scaring Matt & Ivan w/ Github issues” Cramer (@dauwhe) November 6, 2019
— Joe Conason (@JoeConason) November 7, 2019
Fighting the fictional War on Christmas with Trump wrapping paper. https://t.co/iHr1O5TpQu
— Sandra (@SandraLSouza) November 14, 2019
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.