The two things after Corona that are making news this season are Trump and Halloween. Halloween is due for the end of the month and so is the US election three days after Halloween which has Trump on the center stage once again. Trumpkins (Donald Trump Pumpkin) are again in demand.
Trumpkins or lookalikes of President Donald Trump have been quite a rage with revelers during the holiday season. Rivals ensure that trumpkins receive a lot of attention in an attempt to take a jibe at the President.
Trump is one president who has been accredited with starting a new tradiotion of the way How Halloween Parties were celebrated at White House. Remember his Build the Wall mural where kids were asked to write their names on red paper bricks and add them to the mural.
The trend of trumpkins started with Trump becoming the president. They were quite a rage in 2016 when Trump first came into power. As happens with a lot of celebrities the trend of trumpkins caught big popularity especially around Halloween. A lot of trumpkins.
The rising popularity of trumpkins can be attributed to the fact that Trump’s hair style and skin tone lends itself particularly well to the jack-o-lantern form. Trumpkins come in all shapes and sizes and have been doing quite well during halloween.
Halloween is one event that is full of fun and frolic. Trumpkins fuelled with the hullabau created by the US election and rerun of President trump are getting it back. People have started planning and making their own trumpkins. The trend and the Trump’s popularity are surely going to beat the gloom created by Corona Virus.
If you have not still decided on the kind of pumpkin decorative Trumpkins are the best choice. You can paint a pumpkin to give it a trumpkin look, you can cut it in a shape that befits the US president, you can place a wig or work with many other props available out in the market to create your own Trumpkin.
Trumpkin memes are on the rise and will surely see a spurt in the coming days.
trumpkin 🎃 pic.twitter.com/BYV6NasJZa— Mountain Drew™ (@DrewCoel) October 6, 2015