Ben & Jerry's created an "ImPeachMint" flavored ice cream for President Donald Trump.
An image purporting to show a new Ben & Jerry’s ice cream released to commemorate President Donald Trump (called “ImPeachMint”) appeared on social media shortly after the 2016 presidential election, and circulated widely thereafter:
This is not as farfetched as it might seem at first glance; founders Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield have advocated
President Trump was not the first President to get his own spoof “ImPeachMint” ice cream. In 2013, Mad magazine shared an image showing President Barack Obama on the “ImPeachMint” label:
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