Or to “Keep America Great”, if you will. “Got it”, the lawyer responded.
Donald Trump hasn’t even been sworn in as president – but he’s already come up with his reelection slogan.But let’s be honest here: Sharing a campaign slogan with last year’s Purge sequel is the sort of spectacularly surreal, snake-unwittingly-eating-its-own-tail piece of news that has become weirdly unsurprising in Trump’s America.Two minutes later, one arrived.So you may not have healthcare or access to reproductive health services in the process of making America great again, but hey, at least they’ll be fucking tanks everywhere. I think there’s a lot of representation of everyone who’s in the game right now, from Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton to Bernie Sanders to John Kasich.
Locals head to DC for Women’s March on Washington
Ferrera is helping organise the march and says: “Since the election, so many fear that their voices will go unheard”. The catalyst was a grandmother from Hawaii who suggested that she and 40 friends should march on Washington.
Others thought that Trump should focus on the job at hand instead of planning for his next campaign.”Got it”, the lawyer replied.The Purge film trilogy takes place in an alternate reality where all crimes are legal for one day a year.In the Washington Post interview, Trump said he would like to trademark the phrase both with and without an exclamation point. An example: In Election Year, a chorus of 1-percenter Neo-Nazi politicians and corporate heads, who call themselves the New Founding Fathers, chant “Keep Our Country Great” when they sacrifice dissenters-normally, POC or lower-class citizens-at their annual “Purge Mass”. “It’s the only reason I give it to you”, he explained.