President Trump’s re-election campaign launched “Bull-Schiff” T-shirts on Thursday, Nov. 21, taking aim at the House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff as impeachment hearings roll on on Capitol Hill.

The T-shirt features the text “Bull” alongside a caricature of Schiff with an extended neck. The description for the T-shirt states, “Don’t let Adam Schiff get away with the bull-Schiff Ukrainian investigation.”

“Americans can plainly see the Bull Schiff that’s going on in the sham impeachment hearings and now they can make their feelings known with these great new t-shirts,” Brad Parscale, Trump campaign manager, said in a campaign release, reported the Hill. “President Trump’s supporters aren’t shy about expressing their opinions and we know they will just love these new designs.”

The new merchandise is among other featuring texts “America First,” “Border Wall Construction Co.” and “Trump 45 – It Ain’t a Mistake Snowflake.”

The new shirts were released as Schiff led the fifth day of public hearings as part of the impeachment inquiry, in which Schiff and his fellow Democrats have accused President Trump of abusing his office to interfere the 2020 election campaign. 

Schiff, who helped lead the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, has tried to impeach President Trump of engaging in a quid pro quo in forcing for Ukraine’s leader to investigate his political rival in exchange for military assistance to the country. 

Schiff said that the president’s actions were a “conditioning of official acts for something of great value to the president. These political investigations—it goes right to the heart of the issue of bribery as well as other potential high crimes or misdemeanors.”

Schiff’s leading role in the Democrats’ investigation with his “regime of secrecy” and controversial contact with the anonymous whistleblower who sparked the impeachment inquiry, has drawn harsh criticism from Republican lawmakers and President Trump who repeatedly portrait him a “liar” and “corrupt politician.”