U.S. President Donald Trump is, to put it mildly, a comedic inspiration for many around the world. Apart from Trump reenactments on late night TV shows, the president of the United States' time in office, and particularly his attempted 'Muslim bans' have also resulted in several clapback campaigns, the latest of which is a sugar-free gum.

Made to 'ban bad breath, not Muslims,' the gum ad was spotted at the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) annual banquet this past weekend. 

According to Newsweek, every guest attending the event walked away with a pack of the satirical product, which was branded "NoBanz." 

The gum's packaging, features tongue-in-cheek references, including one that reads: “Chew the ban. It tastes like freedom.”

The product's release came just over a week after Trump's third Muslim ban was blocked by a U.S. court on October 18. 

In recent months, 2 other similar travel bans have also been blocked. 

People love it

"We should give some to Trump"

Not a first for CAIR

This certainly isn't the first time CAIR uses humor to get a message across. 

In May 2016, the council, which is considered America's largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization, released their first satirical product, also a sugar-free gum, called Islamophobin.

At the time of the release, CAIR shared a satirical video promoting the product in a bid to raise alarm over the ongoing spike in anti-Muslim incidents across the U.S. 

The country has seen a sharp rise in racist attacks against Muslims and people who belong to other minorities, in the past two years.

Watch the Islamophobin ad here: