A Gold Donald Trump iPhone Can Be Yours — for $150,000

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If you or someone you know is a huge fan of President-elect Donald Trump — and you have really deep pockets — we have a gift for you.

Goldgenie, a United Arab Emirates-based retailer that prides itself in selling “luxury gifts for the ungiftable,” is now selling an iPhone 7 encased in gold and embellished with sparkling diamonds. Etched in the gold case is Trump’s face. The gold Trump iPhone costs a whopping $151,000, CNN Money reports.

As its name suggests, Goldgenie specializes in gold as well as other blingy — and expensive — gifts. Frank Fernando, Goldgenie’s managing director, tells CNN Money:

“‘There are very wealthy, high-net-worth individuals all over the world and sometimes it’s very difficult to buy gifts for them because they have everything.”

A Chinese customer requested Goldgenie design the gold Trump iPhone shortly after the real estate mogul won the U.S. presidency in November. Goldgenie says the woman plans to gift one of the phones to the billionaire president-elect after his inauguration in January.

Goldgenie tells CNN Money that it has sold 10 of the gold Trump iPhones so far.

What do you think of spending $151,000 on a Trump iPhone? Sound off below or on Facebook.

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