Washington - The Alain Charcuterie Boutique Men's Store in New York City has said it will help President Trump's crusade to end corruption in the Ukraine by donating $100 for each $15,000 ostrich leather jacket it sells before Christmas.
The jackets were made popular by former Trump Campaign Chairman, Paul Manafort, who purchased one along with about $400,000 of other clothing items he deemed necessary in his position as a consultant for the Ukraine.
"I was paid about 60 million by the Ukrainian government for my skills in representing them to the U.S. government, so I couldn't just wear any old Brooks Brothers suit," said Manafort from his jail cell in New York.
"These ostrich suits are the best, much better than the sad cheap suits worn by socialist libtards like Bernie Sanders. And you get to contribute to my awesome campaign to end the corruption in the Ukraine, caused by the Bidens," said Trump.
"It's sad what they did to my friend Paul Manafort. Re-elect me and we will get that poor guy out of prison the day after the election," he continued.