SAN FRANCISCO -- It's what some could see as a swipe at the Bay Area, particularly San Francisco. President Donald Trump's campaign says it has a plan to make straws great again.
On the campaign store's website you can buy a pack of 10 plastic straws with the president's name on them for $15, or $1.50 per straw.
The description reads, "Liberal paper straws don't work. Stand with President Trump and buy your pack of recyclable straws today."
RELATED: San Francisco bans some commonly used plastic items
At the beginning of July single-use straws were banned in San Francisco. Stores must provide straws that are either paper or some other compostable material. Plastic straws are only available to people with a disability or medical need.
When asked about the straws the president said, "I do think we have bigger problems than plastic straws."
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