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At every political rally, there are a host of vendors selling myriad t-shirts, buttons, and bumper stickers festooned with slogans and candidate names. This year, one of the two principal presidential candidates has monetized the business of politics. The other candidate has not.
In late 2015, Donald J. Trump registered the word mark TRUMP for “political action committee services, namely promoting public awareness of political issues,” and “fundraising in the field of politics” with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
He subsequently assigned the trademark to DTTM Operations LLC, the personal LLC that owns the Trump branding for all of his other business ventures, such as Trump Tower and Trump brand cologne. . . .