Jul 25, 2020 - Politics & Policy

Trumpisms become part of family game night

Mike Allen
A card game based on Donald Trump

Courtesy Seth Griffin

Seth Griffin, a chief creative officer in Birmingham, is raising money to produce a card game, "Two Trumps and a Lie," where you're read three quotes — two of which President Trump really said. Then you pick which one is bogus.

The big picture: Griffin told me he designed it to be fun whether you're a lover or hater: "We can agree no one's as quotable as Trump." Games are scheduled for delivery in December.

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