President-elect Donald Trump’s presidential slogan became the subject of many memes and controversies due to the similarity it bore to Adolf Hitler’s “Make Germany Great Again” slogan.
And now, his campaign slogan for 2020 is making headlines after he announced it in a recent interview with the Washington.
“Are you ready?” Trump asked, before announcing his slogan for the 2020 election. “‘Keep America Great,’ exclamation point. Get me my lawyer!” he shouted.
“Will you trademark and register, if you would, if you like it — I think I like it, right? Do this: ‘Keep America Great,’ with an exclamation point. With and without an exclamation. ‘Keep America Great,’ ” Trump said.
Interestingly, the same catchphrase has already been used by the dystopian horror movie, “The Purge: Election Year,” directed by writer-director James DeMonaco.
Entertainment Weekly had previously spoken to DeMonaco about the film, questioning him about any resemblance it bore to real life and the current happenings in terms of America’s election.
“Maybe, subconsciously, I knew who was in the playing field,” DeMonaco said. “Little things drip into you when you’re writing or you’re on set — you’re grabbing from the ether or what’s out there in the press.”
"I never thought I’d be giving you my expression for four years from now,” Trump said of his slogan.
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