The Wackiest Sights From the RNC You Won't See on TV

POPSUGAR Photography | Lisette Mejia
POPSUGAR Photography | Lisette Mejia

Day one of the Republican National Convention may have been filled with controversy over Melanie Trump's familiar-sounding speech and Donald Trump's fog machine entrance, but the streets surrounding the convention center in Cleveland were abuzz with people getting in on the political action. Take a look at some of the standout sights, including plenty of pro-Trump paraphernalia, and check back for more updates throughout the week.

POPSUGAR Photography | Lisette Mejia

Comedian Eric Yesbick was selling these political condoms outside the convention center — one for $5 or three for $10. He said the Donald Trump ones were the most popular.

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Donald Trump, new Marvel superhero?

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Anti-Hillary Clinton and anti-ISIS pins were ubiquitous.

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New breakfast staple? Trump Flakes and Clinton Crunch cereals, created by Darrin Maconi, a 27-year-old from New Jersey, were on sale outside the convention center for $40 each or two for $70.

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The back of the Clinton Crunch box.

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A word puzzle on the back of the Trump Flakes box.

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Trump bobbleheads were all the rage.

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A polar bear with a message about extinction stood next to a costumed Mario promoting his entertainment services.