British candy manufacturer Smith & Sinclair just made a political statement by coming out with a limited edition political lollipop. The “Trump Sucks,” lollipop is the candy maker’s response to U.S. President Donald Trump’s reinstatement of the anti-abortion policy in January.

Sugar-coated politics.

The “Trump Sucks” lollipops are shaped like Trump’s face. It is sold at $6.24, or £5, in two flavors, butterscotch and sea salt, and strawberry and mint. Smith & Sinclair said all profits it would earn from the sale of the special edition lollipop would go to the International planned parenthood Federation, the New York Daily News reported.

In marketing “Trump Sucks,” the British confectioner calls the lollipops "sugar-coated candy politics." It said the lollipop is the “Trump that’s easier to stomach than any other.” The lollipop has a "Best Before" advice to consume before 2020.

A horse named President Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump, because of his divisive and unpopular policies, combative nature, and prominent physical features – particularly his hairdo – had become a favorite of meme makers, manufacturers, and impersonators like actor Alec Baldwin. However, the actor said on Thursday he might soon retire his Trump impersonation - which the president hates - after a few months because Americans may no longer be in a mood to laugh, The New York Daily News reported.

Last week, a South African racehorse owner gelded, or castrated, the stubborn animal that he named “President Trump.” He eventually changed the horse’s name to “Fake News.”

Made-in-China products

In China, there is a factory in Shenzhen that produces Trump masks, while before the end of 2016, a mall in Taiyuan City made a big Trump rooster statue to mark the Chinese New Year which is the “Year of the Rooster.”

At a safari park in Hangzhou, a photo of a golden pheasant became viral in November because of the bird’s physical similarity with Trump.

On the same month, an American game developer made a video game that centered on Trump's hair. In June, a Chinese factory churned toilet paper with Trump’s face on it. The butt wiper sold well in the U.S.