In the run up to Halloween, many people are stopping by a house in Carmel, Indiana, to take selfies with a life-size scarecrow dressed like President Donald Trump with a pumpkin as the head.

“Pumpkin Trump” is dressed in a black suit and red tie, which POTUS can be often seen wearing. The pumpkin has been carved out such that it seems the president, who it resembles, is yelling. Straw has been put on the pumpkin’s head to remind of Trump's blonde hair. Besides, the scarecrow’s hands have been deliberately made smaller than usual.

According to the Carmel City officials, they have not ordered the removal of “Pumpkin Trump” because it has not led to any complaints from the passersby. The owner of the house, where the dummy stands in the front yard, is thinking of adding a second scarecrow, which will be dressed as Vice President Mike Pence, FOX 59 reported. 

This Halloween, such Trump-themed decorations and costumes are being designed both for his supporters and critics. Here are some of the examples.

Fake News Tank Tops

American online retailer Yandy.com — which debuted the MAGA hat-wearing “Donna T. Rumpshaker” and “Donna T. 2.0” costumes last year – is launching tank tops covered in newspaper print with the words “Fake News” written across the front in bold red letters. The tank top obviously commemorates the battle between Trump and the left-leaning media outlets, which have been often bashed by POTUS for showing “fake news."

Jeff Watton, the chief financial officer, claims the wearer of the $55 tops can “spread all the alternative facts.” The item is currently selling out like hot cakes and already has made the company $10,000, The Hill reported. 

Halloween Edition MAGA Hats

The Official Team Trump on Twitter announced the launched of their Halloween-themed “Make America Great Again” hats, which would be sold till Oct. 23. The Trick-or-Treat MAGA hats are orange in color with a yellow jack-o-lantern painted on the front and Trump’s famous campaign slogan written in black on the back.

Back in April, sales for the $25 hat exceeded half a million units, Newsweek reported. Hence, it was no surprise that Team Trump had something special in store for the holiday season, to boost the sales of their merchandize.

Feuding First Wives

The fact that Trump has married thrice has not only been a popular subject of mockery for the late night comedians on television, it has also emerged as a hilarious idea for Halloween costume. Actresses Sara and Erin Foster showed their Ivana Trump (president’s first wife) and Melania Trump (president’s third wife) costumes on Instagram days ahead of the holiday.

The theme for the costume was picked following a feud between the two Trump wives regarding who deserves the title of “First Lady.” "I have the direct number to White House but I don't really want to call him there because Melania is there and I don't really want to cause any kind of jealousy or something like that because I'm basically first Trump wife, OK? I'm first lady, OK?" Ivana said in an interview with ABC News.

Lashing out at the remark, Melania, who is the official first lady, issued a statement through her communications director, Stephanie Grisham. "Mrs. Trump has made the White House a home for Barron and the President. She loves living in Washington, D.C., and is honored by her role as first lady of the United States. She plans to use her title and role to help children, not sell books," Grisham said, CNN reported. "There is clearly no substance to this statement from an ex, this is unfortunately only attention-seeking and self-serving noise."