‘Dirty’ Trump’s ‘dirty’ clothing line is costing taxpayers $2.2M

Trump’s clothing line, with its shirts, pants and pantsuits, has cost taxpayers more than $2 million since it began selling in August.

The line is also in violation of the federal Clean Room Act, according to the White House.

Trump’s first clothing line was launched in October and included shirts, hoodies and trousers, but its sales dropped after a backlash over its use of Confederate flags and imagery.

The brand is still selling the line in stores but the White’s office said it’s not complying with the federal law, which requires clothing to be produced in a clean and sanitary environment.

The president and his team said the company is making good on its pledge to make the brand more environmentally friendly.

“The company has done a great job, and we’re glad to have the president’s support,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement.

The company has also faced criticism from some within the clothing industry. “

We will continue to work with all stakeholders to ensure that the President’s clothing continues to be manufactured in a way that reflects his values, principles, and priorities.”

The company has also faced criticism from some within the clothing industry.

The clothing line has been the subject of a series of public shaming videos on social media, with some consumers calling the brand “disgusting” and calling for its removal.

The retailer has since apologized, but the company’s CEO has refused to pull the clothing from shelves.

“While we are proud of our brand’s iconic history, we are also deeply saddened and deeply disappointed that this line has failed to live up to the highest standards of quality and ethical sourcing,” the company said in the statement.