The Trump Organization's outsourcing has become a contentious issue this election cycle. Many of the products bearing Donald Trump’s name appear to come from low-wage countries in East Asia, something the Clinton campaign has routinely criticized.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection records, compiled by ImportGenius.com since 2007, give us a look at what has been imported by many of the businesses that are owned by Trump or use his name via licensing deals.

Trump has imported from these countries

Most of Trump’s products appear to be imported from China, Hong Kong and South Korea, records show.

Trump has imported from these countries

Most of Trump’s products appear to be imported from China, Hong Kong and South Korea, records show.

Trump has imported from these countries

Most of Trump’s products appear to be imported from China, Hong Kong and South Korea, records show.

The Trump brand

Trump-affiliated retail products made abroad have been featured in multiple attack ads. The Clinton campaign has argued that all of these products could be made domestically, creating jobs for U.S. workers. Trump has responded that bad trade deals, which he says he would fix as president, make domestic production more expensive than outsourcing.

Trump’s clothing line, one of the best-known of his brands, is manufactured in primarily lower-income countries in East Asia and Latin America. His furniture line, Trump Home, appears to come primarily from Germany and Turkey. Below are many of the retail products Trump-affiliated businesses have imported over the past decade. Note that some of these products may have been produced both abroad and in the U.S.

Vodka

Trump licensed his name to the Israeli vodka after a 2011 legal battle. Unlike the original Trump vodka made in Holland, the new version was popular as one of the few liquors that’s kosher for Passover.

 

Barware

Made by a crystal company in a small town in Slovenia, its first entry into the U.S. market.

 

Ties

Made in countries such as China and sold on Amazon.com in nearly 200 patterns and sizes.

Mirrors

Made in China

Fragrance

Trump’s cologne has been manufactured in and out of the United States.

Accessories

Including cuff links, belts and eyeglasses made in China and other countries.

Clothing

The Clinton campaign has repeatedly attacked Trump for making his clothing line abroad. The manufacturers are generally scattered throughout East Asia and Central America.

 

Chandeliers and lamps

 

Some of these products retail for

more than $4,000. Made in China.

Furniture

Trump Home sells furniture to consumers made in Germany and Turkey, but his own hotels often get furniture from massive distributors such as the multinational IHS Global Alliance.

 

Vodka

Trump licensed his name to the Israeli vodka after a 2011 legal battle. Unlike the original Trump vodka made in Holland, the new version was popular as one of the few liquors that’s kosher for Passover.

Barware

Made by a crystal company in a small town in Slovenia, its first entry into the U.S. market.

Mirrors

Made in China

Ties

Fragrance

Made in countries such as China and sold on Amazon.com in nearly 200 patterns and sizes.

 

Trump’s cologne has been manufactured in and out of the United States.

Clothing

The Clinton campaign has repeatedly attacked Trump for making his clothing line abroad. The manufacturers are generally scattered throughout East Asia and Central America.

 

Chandeliers

and lamps

 

Some of these

products retail for more than $4,000. Made in China.

Accessories

Including cuff links, belts and eyeglasses made in China and other countries.

Furniture

Trump Home sells furniture to consumers made in Germany and Turkey, but his own hotels often get furniture from massive distributors such as the multinational IHS Global Alliance.

 

Vodka

Trump licensed his name to the Israeli vodka after a 2011 legal battle. Unlike the original Trump vodka made in Holland, the new version was popular as one of the few liquors that’s kosher for Passover.

Mirrors

Made in China

Barware

Made by a crystal company in a small town in Slovenia, its first entry into the

U.S. market.

Fragrance

Trump’s cologne has been manufactured in and out of the United States.

Clothing

The Clinton campaign has repeatedly attacked Trump for making his clothing line abroad. The manufacturers are generally scattered throughout East Asia and

Central America.

 

Ties

Made in countries such as China and sold on Amazon.com in nearly 200 patterns and sizes.

 

Accessories

Including cuff links, belts, and eyeglasses made in China and other countries.

Chandeliers

and lamps

 

Some of these products retail for more than $4,000. Made in China.

Furniture

Trump Home sells furniture to consumers that’s made in Germany and Turkey, but his own hotels often get furniture from massive distributors, like the multinational IHS Global Alliance.

 

Items imported for use in Trump’s businesses

Many goods are manufactured abroad and imported for use by Trump-affiliated businesses, not sold to consumers. Below are many of these products, though some may have been sourced domestically as well as abroad. They are primarily used in hotels and resorts bearing his name.

Most of these imports come from China, often from manufacturing giants that make products for a number of U.S. hotels. A few products, however, are more niche: Italian furniture and Japanese magazines, for instance.

Drinks

Trump imported water and wine for his hotels from China and Panama, even though he and his son bottle their own versions domestically.

 

Dishes

Imported from East Asia

Christmas ornaments

So many casinos, so many Christmas trees that need a little holiday cheer. Imported from China and Hong Kong.

Shot glasses

Imported from China

Condiments

Imported from China

Appliances

Packaging and bags

Including panini presses and minibars from East Asia and Colombia. Brunch, anyone?

 

Trump products made in the United States,

such as chocolate bars, often had

packaging imported from East Asia.

Art

Imported from Panama for his Hollywood condos.

Sewing kits

Imported from China

Pens

Toiletries

Emblazoned with his hotels’ logos and imported from East Asia.

A large portion of Trump’s imports included items to stock his hotel rooms. These, primarily from East Asia, are also sold in hotel gift shops.

Linens

Trump imported Italian bedsheets for his hotels, but the comforters he sold publicly are made in the United States.

 

Room decor

Stocked in his hotel rooms and sold in their gift shops. Primarily from East Asia.

 

Furniture

Shuttlecocks

Trump imported a mix of designer furniture from places such as Italy and mass-produced furniture from places such as China.

Imported from Taiwan

Umbrellas

One of his most frequent imports from East Asia.

 

Goethe magazine

A Japanese magazine available in Trump’s resort in Honolulu.

Shoehorns

Imported from Hong Kong

Golf equipment

Imported from Bermuda

Plush toys

647 pounds of plush toys were delivered to Trump’s hotel in Chicago from Taiwan.

Grass

Trump imported more than 70,000 pounds of grass from the U.K. for his golf resort in Jupiter, Fla.

Drinks

Trump imported water and wine for his hotels from China and Panama, even though he and his son bottle their own versions domestically.

 

Dishes

Imported from East Asia

Christmas ornaments

So many casinos, so many Christmas trees that need a little holiday cheer. Imported from China and Hong Kong.

Condiments

Imported from China

Shot glasses

Imported from China

Packaging and bags

Appliances

Trump products made in the Unted States, such as chocolate bars, often had packaging imported from East Asia.

Including panini presses and minibars from East Asia and Colombia. Brunch, anyone?

 

Art

Imported from Panama for his Hollywood condos.

Sewing kits

Imported from China

Pens

Emblazoned with his

hotels’ logos and imported from East Asia.

Toiletries

A large portion of Trump’s imports included items to stock his hotel rooms. These, primarily from East Asia, are also sold in hotel gift shops.

Linens

Trump imported Italian bedsheets for his hotels, but the comforters he sold publicly are made in the United States.

 

Room decor

Stocked in his hotel rooms and sold in their gift shops. Primarily from East Asia.

 

Furniture

Trump imported a mix of designer furniture from places such as Italy and mass-produced furniture from places

such as China.

Shuttlecocks

Imported from Taiwan

Goethe magazine

Umbrellas

A Japanese magazine available in Trump’s resort in Honolulu.

One of his most frequent imports from East Asia.

 

Shoehorns

Imported from Hong Kong

Plush toys

647 pounds of plush toys were delivered to Trump’s hotel

in Chicago from Taiwan.

Grass

Trump imported more than 70,000 pounds of grass from the U.K. for his golf resort in Jupiter, Fla.

Golf equipment

Imported from Bermuda

Drinks

Trump imported water and wine for his hotels from China and Panama, even though he and his son bottle their own versions domestically.

 

Dishes

Imported

from East Asia

Shot glasses

Imported from

China

Condiments

Imported from China

Christmas

ornaments

So many casinos, so many Christmas trees that need a little holiday cheer. Imported from China and Hong Kong.

Appliances

Including panini presses and minibars from East Asia and Colombia. Brunch, anyone?

 

Packaging and bags

Trump products made in the United States, such as chocolate bars, often had packaging imported from East Asia.

Sewing kits

Imported from

China

Toiletries

A large portion of Trump’s imports included items to stock his hotel rooms. These, primarily from East Asia, are also sold in hotel gift shops.

Pens

Emblazoned with his

hotels’ logos and imported from East Asia.

Art

Imported from Panama for his Hollywood condos.

Furniture

Trump imported a mix of designer furniture from places such as Italy and mass-produced furniture from places such as China.

Room decor

Stocked in his hotel rooms and sold in their gift shops. Primarily from East Asia.

 

Linens

Trump imported Italian bedsheets for his hotels, but the comforters he sold publicly are made in the United States.

 

Goethe magazine

A Japanese magazine available in Trump’s resort in Honolulu.

Plush toys

647 pounds of plush toys were delivered

to Trump’s hotel

in Chicago from Taiwan.

Umbrellas

One of his most frequent imports from East Asia.

 

Shuttlecocks

Imported from Taiwan

Shoehorns

Imported from

Hong Kong

Golf equipment

Imported from Bermuda

Grass

Trump imported more than 70,000 pounds of grass from the U.K. for his golf resort in Jupiter, Fla.

Imports are par for the course

These imports are not unique to Trump — in fact, they’re a pretty accurate reflection of standard U.S. business practices. Many of the imports delivered to Trump-affiliated properties also went to Four Seasons and Hilton hotels. In 2015, slightly less than half of the country's $746 billion trade deficit was accounted for by China, and nearly three-quarters by Asia as a whole. Although some claim that Trump’s imports are out of step with his rhetoric, they are not out of step with his peers and competitors.

The Trump campaign declined to comment for this article, but in a primary debate in March, he responded that the outsourcing of manufacturing is something he’s well-positioned to fix: “We're allowed to do it... But I'm the one that knows how to change it.” The Trump Organization did not return a request for comment.

Methodology:

The items imported by Trump-affiliated businesses were found in the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s “bills of lading,” which are issued when items are imported at its ports. This means that items imported by land — often from Mexico and other Latin American countries — are excluded. Also, the country of origin on these items reflects the country the shipment came from immediately before the United States, which is often but not always the country in which they were manufactured.

Trump’s retail product lines are available on the Trump Organization’s website and the websites of former suppliers. Their countries of origin were found through the products’ websites, trade magazines and reporting by The Washington Post and other news organizations.

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