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Guns N’ Roses — or at least frontman Axl Rose — seems to be trolling the current administration with a new limited edition t-shirt. Last week, President Trump was visiting the Honeywell plant in Phoenix, Arizona, where they were producing N95 masks. In a video documenting the visit, Guns N Roses’ cover of Paul McCartney’s “Live and Let Die” could be heard in the background.

Today, Guns N’ Roses announced a limited edition t-shirt that seems to capitalize on the incident.

The shirt, which you can order here, says, “Live N’ Let Die With COVID 45,” an apparent reference to President Trump, the 45th President of the United States. The shirt will only be available for the next three days (there’s a countdown clock on the webpage where you can order it). The net proceeds from the shirt will go to MusicCares.

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