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President Trump unveils his brand new campaign slogan for 2020 re-election bid — here's what it is
President Donald Trump unveiled his 2020 presidential campaign slogan during a rally on Saturday: "Keep America Great!" (NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

President Trump unveils his brand new campaign slogan for 2020 re-election bid — here's what it is

During a rally in Pennsylvania Saturday evening, President Donald Trump previewed his 2020 presidential campaign and unveiled his new slogan: "Keep America Great!"

"Our new slogan when we start running in, can you believe it, two years from now, is going to be 'Keep America Great' exclamation point," Trump said, according to CNN. Trump explained he will use a new slogan because his 2016 slogan, "Make America Great Again," is already outdated.

Trump was in Pennsylvania rallying support for Republican Rick Saccone, who is running in a special election on Tuesday for Pennsylvania's 18th congressional district. He is running against Democrat Connor Lamb. The seat was vacated last year after longtime incumbent Tim Murphy (R) resigned when his extramarital affair that resulted in an abortion was made public.

During the rest of the rally, Trump slammed the mainstream media and boasted about his accomplishments in office, such as the booming economy. One of Trump's most covered lines of the night came when he used profanity to bash NBC anchor Chuck Todd.

Wait, Trump has already announced a re-election bid?

Yes, despite it being nearly 1000 days from the next presidential election. Trump's announcement was one of the earliest ever, but he confirmed it in February, announcing Brad Parscale as his 2020 campaign manager. In 2016, Parscale served as digital director to the Trump campaign.

Depsite the announcement, Trump filed for re-election with the Federal Election Commission on Jan. 20, 2017, the day of his inauguration.

He told the Washington Post in Jan. 2017 that he had already decided on the "Keep America Great" slogan and instructed a lawyer to trademark it with and without an exclamation point.

Another slogan that was prominent at Saturday's rally, posted on signs around the venue, was "Promises Made, Promises Kept."

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Chris Enloe

Chris Enloe

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Chris is a staff writer for Blaze News. He resides in Charlotte, North Carolina. You can reach him at cenloe@blazemedia.com.
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