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Make iPhone Great Again with Trump-Inspired Smartphone

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It's time to make the iPhone great again! A gold plated Donald Trump-inspired iPhone 7 was unveiled by luxury-goods company Caviar in Moscow as part of their Supremo Collection of customised iPhones dedicated to world leaders. The Trump iPhone costs 197,000 roubles or about $3,200, but it's still somewhat cheaper than their best-selling Vladimir Putin iPhone, which sells for over $4 thousand.

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