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After Report That Trump Wants a New Campaign Slogan, George Conway Is Trolling Trump with Brutal Slogan Ideas

After Report That Trump Wants a New Campaign Slogan, George Conway Is Trolling Trump with Brutal Slogan Ideas
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With faltering poll numbers and the November general election only five months away, it's not surprising that President Donald Trump is looking for a way to revitalize his 2020 campaign.

According to a report from The Washington Post, the campaign is looking to do this with a new slogan—and a subsequently reinvigorating message.

The Trump campaign's slogans have been effective to its followers in the past, with "Make America Great Again" even becoming an acronym to symbolize the Trump movement as a whole.

George Conway, the Republican lawyer and husband to Presidential advisor Kellyanne Conway, frequently expresses his disdain for Trump in no uncertain terms.

When news broke that the campaign was looking for a new slogan, he was quick to pounce.

It wasn't long before the rest of his followers were offering suggestions too.

Even with Trump's history of rebounding at moments when his campaign and presidency seemed in shambles, some are noting that this low feels different—and potentially permanent.

Prominent Republicans like former President George W. Bush, Utah Senator Mitt Romney, and former Secretary of State Colin Powell have indicated they won't support Trump's reelection, and others, like Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski has admitted her ambivalence to voting for the President in 2020.

Trump's former Secretary of Defense, James Mattis, issued a damning statement saying that Trump is the first President in his lifetime who "who does not try to unite the American people—does not even pretend to try."

Trump's polling has begun to reflect that. Eighty percent of Americans said in an NBC News poll that things are out of control in the United States. A CNN poll found Biden ahead of Trump by 14 points. The President's internal polling has shown the same.

People aren't exactly sympathetic.

It will ultimately be voters who decide Trump's fate in November. Are you registered yet?