22 August, 2017
During a random traffic stop, police officers in Osnabruck discovered a stash of Trump-shaped ecstasy pills from a van.
Police in Germany say the pills and a large amount of cash were found during a search of the vehicle driven by the two suspects and that the drugs have a sales value of almost $47,000 (€40,000; £37,000). He and his 17-year-old son on the ride-a-long were both arrested and a substantial amount of ecstasy was taken off the streets. A search of the vehicle revealed more than 5,000 tablets in the shape of President Trump's head. Stamped on the back was the word "Trump".
Police said the pair had been driving from Amsterdam, where the drugs are believed to have been produced, to Hanover.
This could be a tough pill for President Trump to swallow. British tabloids reported last month that the pills, reportedly made in both pink and orange, were flooding the United Kingdom illegal drugs market.