Donald Trump replaces hat boy couldn't wear in school after dogs ate it

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Donald Trump is making a California 9-year-old boy feel great again.

Days after Logan Autry's school banned him from wearing his “Make America Great Again” hat, and dogs ultimately ate it, the Trump campaign sent him two new autographed hats, KFSN-TV reported Thursday.

The replacement hats arrived in a FedEx package that included a framed photograph, the station reported. The photo was Trump and inscribed, “To Logan, thanks for your support. Keep up the great work.”

The third-grader from Fresno made national headlines earlier this week when he said his school wouldn't let him wear his autographed Trump hat because it was stirring “negative emotions” in other students who didn't like Trump.

School officials had told Logan to leave the hat home June 2. The next day his dogs got ahold of it while he was swimming.

As for the new hats, the boy told the station, “It’s wonderful.”

Trump campaign aide Michael Cohen saw Logan’s story on TV and sent the hats and the photo.

As he was being interviewed by KFSN, Logan called Cohen. “Thank you for telling Mr. Trump about my story,” the boy said.

“You’re very welcome,” Cohen replied. “I had Mr. Trump sign two hats for you. One that you can continue to wear to school and the other you can now have right in your room and it will never get damaged or eaten up by the dogs again.”