The Trump administration is considering a new rule to require that religious symbols be placed on all presidential campaign shirts, including hats, campaign hats and shirts.
A rule was proposed by the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, which is led by the Office of the President.
The rule would go into effect in January and could affect any presidential campaign, including the Trump administration.
It would apply to all campaign items and campaign-related merchandise, including campaign logos, campaign buttons, campaign pins, campaign t-shirts and campaign pins.
A person familiar with the proposal told the Associated Press the rule could also apply to hats, t-shirt and other merchandise, such as hats, pins and pinsets.
The proposal comes at a time of heightened scrutiny over how religious symbols can be displayed on American flags and campaign paraphernalia.
Trump has called for a ban on all religious symbols on all US government property.
His campaign says it would not wear a religious symbol.
The proposed rule would prohibit wearing religious symbols that violate the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment, which bars the government from endorsing or promoting religion or the practice of religion.
Under the proposed rule, campaign merchandise would not be considered an official campaign item.
The OVP says it is studying whether other countries can adopt similar measures.
“We’re very encouraged by this proposed rule,” OVP Director of Government Relations Michaela Wilson said in a statement.
“In fact, we were pleased to learn from a friend of the administration that a number of other countries are considering similar proposals.
This is just the beginning of a discussion about the proper and appropriate use of religious symbols.”