Nick Givas, DCNF
Indiana state police seized a batch of orange ecstasy pills shaped like President Donald Trump while carrying out drug busts in the northern part of the state.
Indiana police find Trump-shaped ecstasy pills in drug raid https://t.co/MjKjZDKuin pic.twitter.com/eMLiM2nrC6
— The Hill (@thehill) July 2, 2018
Authorities described the drugs as “Trump-shaped ecstasy pills” in a Friday press release which detailed 129 arrests, according to The Associated Press.
The pills are stamped with the face of the commander-in-chief and have the words “great again” written on the back — a reference to Trump’s campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.”
The news release did not offer specifics about the drug bust or say how many pills were seized during the operation.
State and city police spent six days in June conducting traffic stops and were also able to seize parcels of cocaine and LSD, The AP reported.
German authorities also seized thousands of the same pills during a traffic stop on the A30 highway back in August 2017, according to Fox News.
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