If anything, Donald Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign was a success in branding, even if his vision for the country is reactionary, racist, and inhumane.
Unfortunately for Donald Trump, that slogan was already used in 2016 by the great folks behind The Purge: Election Year.”Are you ready?” he said.”Got it”, said the lawyer.Two minutes later, one arrived.
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I was also attracted by the prospect of working with the manager, Ronald Koeman, who I know well from our time together at Southampton.
The slogan is a slight adjustment of Trump’s now famous “Make America Great Again” phrase from the 2016 campaign, which referred to Trump insisting that he will keep his promise to restore the country’s greatness, both at home and overseas, during his first term in office. With and without an exclamation. If you’re not up to date on this particular big-screen gem, Election Year is the third installment in The Purge series, which centers on a fictional annual event during which all crime is legalized for 12 hours.On November 8, Trump won the U.S. presidential election by gaining a major electoral lead over his rival, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. People loot, damage property, and yes, even straight-up murder whoever they can get their hands on.Over the course of his campaign, Trump unearthed a strain of animosity within the hearts of many Americans that others assumed did not and could not exist.Trump coined the phrase during an interview with the Washington Post and immediately called for his lawyers to trademark it (with and without the exclamation point, thxvm).