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Tomi Lahren (above), 27, who is wearing part of her & # 39; Freedom & # 39; line

Tomi Lahren sells $ 90 yoga pants that she claims to embrace genuine American freedoms, despite allegations that they are China.

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The 27-year-old TV presenter has come under fire for her new & # 39; Freedom & # 39; clothing range with active clothing brand Alexo Athletica.

The clothing line that revolves around a red, white and blue color scheme also has a star-spotted and alternative camouflage print.

Bizarrely enough, the brand makes clothing with pistol holsters that are intended for carrying weapons under 23 grams.

But unlike those pieces, the Fox Nation host's pants are not equipped with a pistol holster, although they do have room for a & # 39; small self-defense tool & # 39; to carry.

In a promotional video, Lahren explains how her clothing is linked to empowerment and is described as & # 39; fiercely patriotic & # 39; and & # 39; in support of your president, your country & # 39 ;.

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Tomi Lahren (above), 27, who is wearing part of her & # 39; Freedom & # 39; line

The line has red, white and blue designs, along with a star pattern (above)

The line has red, white and blue designs, along with a star pattern (above)

Tomi Lahren (left), 27, wearing part of her & # 39; Freedom & # 39; line, with red, white, and blue designs, along with a star pattern (right)

In the promotional video, Lahren (above) talks about patriotism and being proud of America, but has been criticized for her clothing that may be made in China

In the promotional video, Lahren (above) talks about patriotism and being proud of America, but has been criticized for her clothing that may be made in China

In the promotional video, Lahren (above) talks about patriotism and being proud of America, but has been criticized for her clothing that may be made in China

Designs in the range include a bra top for $ 52, a sweater for $ 69, leggings for $ 89 and a bomber jacket for $ 99, which she believes has an affinity with America.

Lahren said: & The young people want something that says: I am proud to be an American, I believe in freedom, I love the American army.

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& # 39; That is what these patterns really stand for. & # 39;

But since the launch, the public has asked where the clothing is made – a question that Lahren has not answered.

A Twitter user Robyn Pennacchia contacted someone who sold a separate piece of Alexo Athletica clothing online and questioned the buyer about the materials used.

The answer was: & # 39; It is 95 percent polyester and 5 percent spandex. Made in China though. & # 39;

This left many unhappy, with user MurDogg wrote: “It's hard to find where this clothing is made. Looking at the website and I can't find "made in USA" anywhere. & # 39;

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Another added: & # 39; Why, however, is it made in China? You must hate America, otherwise this would have been made in MURICAAAAAAA! & # 39;

White White power clothing made in China. How refreshing, & # 39; user has added Sixty 8.

Azia Gunn said: & # 39; You are such a & # 39; n patriot that you had the line fabricated in … (wait) … CHINA. & # 39;

Part of the & # 39; Freedom & # 39; line from Lahren with bra tops, yoga pants, bomber jackets and more

Part of the & # 39; Freedom & # 39; line from Lahren with bra tops, yoga pants, bomber jackets and more

Part of the & # 39; Freedom & # 39; line from Lahren with bra tops, yoga pants, bomber jackets and more

Lahren was also criticized for collaborating with the Alexo Athletica brand, which make gun holster pants
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Lahren was also criticized for collaborating with the Alexo Athletica brand, which make gun holster pants

Other Alexo Athletica clothing can carry a weapon of less than 23 grams (above). Nevertheless, the Lahren line has no options for carrying weapons

Other Alexo Athletica clothing can carry a weapon of less than 23 grams (above). Nevertheless, the Lahren line has no options for carrying weapons

Lahren was also criticized for collaborating with the Alexo Athletica brand, which make gun holster pants. They can carry a weapon under 23 grams. The pants in the Lahren line do not have a gun holster

Lahren also came under fire for collaboration with the brand, mainly because some of the clothing contained built-in gun holsters.

And although Lahren's & # 39; Freedom & # 39; line cannot bear weapons, she reiterated her belief in the Second Amendment along with other patriotic slogans.

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Lahren said: & I think there are many young girls who don't feel they have a brand that stands for their freedom.

They don't believe they have a brand that represents their rights. & # 39;

Regarding the confidence that wearers could feel, Lahren suggested that boldness was a trait that she would rather regard as a friend.

She said: & # 39; If you put stars over your thighs and buttocks, you have faith in who you are and that means something to me. & # 39;

DailyMail.com has contacted Alexo Athletica for comment.

A Twitter user pointed out the likelihood that the Lahren line was made in China because of other products from the Alexo Athletica range that came from there

A Twitter user pointed out the likelihood that the Lahren line was made in China because of other products from the Alexo Athletica range that came from there

A Twitter user pointed out the likelihood that the Lahren line was made in China because of other products from the Alexo Athletica range that came from there

When the user contacted the seller who sold a piece of Alexo Athletica clothing, they replied that the item was made in China - so many believed that Lahren & # 39; s were

When the user contacted the seller who sold a piece of Alexo Athletica clothing, they replied that the item was made in China - so many believed that Lahren & # 39; s were

When the user contacted the seller who sold a piece of Alexo Athletica clothing, they replied that the item was made in China – so many believed that Lahren & # 39; s were

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