close tovideo, Donald Trump reveals new campaign slogan
Donald Trump reveals new campaign slogan
President Trump the 2020 resulted in the re-election campaign with the slogan ” replace with his Make America Great Again mantra from 2016.
“Make America Great Again” was the best political slogan in history, but it is time for a change, Trump told the enthusiastic audience on Tuesday his campaign kickoff rally in Orlando.
“We have America great again, but how can you give the number one call it a Design, a logo, a statement, in the history of the policy for a new one?”, the President of the people cried.
“You know, it is a new one that really works, and it’s called” Keep America Great.’ Right? “Keep America Great.'”
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Trump claimed that his presidential term has faithfully worn his new campaign, the achievements of his administration.
“We have said it actually did,” the Republicans. “We have rebuilt our military, it is still in the process.”
“We have been taking care of our vets. We have cut the hell from the rules.”
Trump said that if he loses, in the year 2020 under the “Keep America Great” banner, people criticize, and change the slogan. But certainly, the President, he does not believe in 2020-a loss in the range of the possible.
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“If I do it with a new theme… and if I lose, people will say, ‘what was a mistake”,” he claimed. “But we are not going to lose, so it is the matter.”
The President expressed, every slogan, waiting for the audience to give a response to each one. Both Slogans booming cheers from the crowd called.
A little more than four years, Trump down by the pink marble and brass atrium of the Trump Tower and announced his candidacy for President, the first step on a journey, which some analysts said it would take him all the way to the White house.
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In this time thousands of followers of more than 40 hours came in advance to secure a place in the Amway Center, despite the sweltering heat, to see him officially election campaign, to announce his back. Some were camped out in chairs for several nights.
Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.