“Make America Great Again” was undoubtably one of the most recognisable slogans from 2016. With Donald Trump being reported on throughout the media, it’s no surprise that he was often front page news. If you’re hoping to watch his inauguration, you can catch it on BBC1 at 4pm.
Despite the fact that Donald is becoming President today, many people are still mocking him online by creating singing videos of him:
Anyway, during a recent interview, Donald Trump said how he will be planning to alter his election slogan for the 2020 election. After all, we all want to ‘Keep America Great.’
However, there is a massive problem that is sending chills down everyone’s spines. “Keep America Great” is the slogan for The Purge: Election Year, a film in which all crimes, including murder, are legal for one night every year.
Par for course. pic.twitter.com/d5lOiIRUzg
— RedWhite&Shoe (@USAMINDJOB) January 18, 2017
Twitter was sent into an absolute frenzy:
"Trump’s New Slogan Is The Same One From ‘The Purge’"
…holy shit pic.twitter.com/i2QoHnlqrM
— Ryan Carey-Mahoney (@thegoodcarmah) January 18, 2017
Is anyone else a little disconcerted that Trump's 2020 slogan "Keep America Great" is directly from the Purge movie?
— Thomas C. (@Thomas_Conerty) January 18, 2017
Them: "Donald Trump wants to use 'Keep America Great' in 2020, but The Purge has already used that slogan."
— Kashif Osman (@WizKashifa) January 18, 2017
I’m fairly optimistic about Trump’s presidency if I’m honest. I don’t want to judge him before his term has even begun. But what are your thoughts? Let me know in the comments.