Former Mexican president Vicente Fox is hawking a new line of anti-Trump t-shirts, and he’s hoping the “Resistance” won’t be able to resist.
The shirts were created as a way to raise money for Fox’s nonprofit organization. They depict President Trump as a baby wearing a soiled American flag diaper and building a wall with Lego-style toy blocks. “Can’t build a wall if your hands are too small,” the shirts say, playing on a 2016 presidential campaign joke used by Marco Rubio during one of their debates.
Thank you for all your support! @centrofox was built on the foundation of empowering leaders to take charge and give back to their communities. Help me continue to spread the message of compassion for others, by getting this apparel at https://t.co/lRhyRIWF1m pic.twitter.com/3lVcGyTLjx
— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) April 6, 2018
The shirt is purportedly to raise money for Centro Fox, a group that seeks to, according to the organization’s website, “develop training for leaders dedicated to serving their community in Mexico and Latin America.”
The former Mexican president has become a vocal opponent of President Trump, especially when it comes to the idea of a wall between the United States and Mexico.
“This isn’t just about the wall, it’s about ACCEPTANCE, EQUALITY and INCLUSION of all people! Stand up for what you believe in!” reads a quote from Fox on the shirt’s website.
Fox’s term in office as Mexico’s president saw the exponential growth of several drug car cartels, most notably the infamous Los Zetas, a group that wreaked havoc on both sides of the Texas Mexico border.