President Donald Trump’s namesake company is selling a new line of Trump-branded items this month and several of them are made outside the U.S., according to a new report by the Daily Beast.

The Trump Organization, which Trump still owns, is selling a $32 golf hat made in Bangladesh and a $25 faux gold bar piggybank that made in China. On the Trump website, it said that the hat is “decorated in the USA.”

The company is run by the president’s two sons Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump.

The president has long advocated putting America first and made it a key piece of his presidential campaign and presidency. Trump has also complained about places like China and Mexico stealing jobs away from the U.S. and the importance of manufacturing in the U.S.

“Even though he’s taken some steps to separate himself from his business, we know that he can still receive reports about the Trump Organization and that he can directly profit from the sale of those goods,” said Larry Noble of the Campaign Legal Center, a Washington D.C.-based ethics watchdog to the Daily Beast.

Before becoming president, Trump built his business empire on real estate — namely hotels, luxury condos and golf courses. The company then spun that success into a name licensing business and a reality television show starring Trump called “The Apprentice.”

Trump has taken heat for not following in the footsteps of previous presidents by walking away from his business empire. Issues like foreign dignitaries choosing to stay at Trump’s Washington D.C. hotel may be a conflict of interest for the president.

But being President may also be costing Trump money. An investigation by the Telegraph showed that room rates have fallen at many Trump resorts, some by as much as 67 percent. Earlier this month, the Trump Organization reached a deal to get out of its SoHo hotel in New York City. It was also discovered earlier this month that company is worth far less than they have stated in the past.