You may have heard the news about how the Trump family was planning to celebrate Donald Trump’s birthday with a birthday cake delivery.
The plan was to deliver a birthday shirt to the president-elect at his home in Palm Beach, Florida, on Thursday.
The company behind the delivery is Donald Trump Jr., who told The Wall Street Journal that the shirt would include a picture of Trump on the back.
“I know there are people who are really, really interested in the shirt,” he said.
“But this is something that’s not for everybody.
We have a birthday party. “
And that is to say, you know, we have our plans.
We have a birthday party.
But we’re going to make sure, you want to celebrate your birthday in a proper way.”
Trump Jr. told the Journal that he was approached about the shirt last summer by a friend who had received an email from an account connected to a group called The Comet Ping Pong Pong Ping Pao, or “Pizzagate.”
The email said a pizza delivery would arrive to the residence.
The company that will deliver the shirt says it is “in the process of acquiring and manufacturing” the shirt, according to the website.
“We are excited to have this opportunity to deliver this shirt to President-Elect Trump,” said a company spokesperson in a statement.
“The shirt will be printed in-house, and will be available to the public on the same day as the shirt is delivered.”
But many are wondering how this will work, as the shirts delivery isn’t legal in the United States.
“It’s not a cake delivery,” said Michelle Baca, a spokeswoman for the US Postal Service.
“It’s a shirt.
That’s what it is.”
The Postal Service said in a blog post on Thursday that the USPS doesn’t deliver birthday cake and birthday shirts.
According to the USPS, birthday cards are exempt from the delivery requirement.
The Postal Service has said that a birthday card delivery is considered a gift for mailing and not delivery.
“The USPS has been asked to respond to questions about the legality of the delivery of the shirt by contacting the company, who is not authorized to provide the service,” the USPS said in the blog post.
The shirt was originally scheduled to be delivered to Trump’s home on Monday.