Trump-Pence comes up with new logo after being mocked online
The campaign released a new logo on Friday after Trump announced that he had chosen Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate
The campaign of US Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump unveiled a new logo on Saturday, a day after an original logo was mocked widely on social media.
The campaign released a new logo on Friday after Trump announced that he had chosen Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate.
The campaign replaced it with another one on Saturday after the original logo was mocked widely online for appearing to be suggestive, Xinhua news agency reported.
According to a fundraising email sent by the Trump campaign on Friday, part of the original logo featured an intertwined blue "T" and "P" with the letter "T" penetrating the loop of "P".
When a T and a P love each other very much pic.twitter.com/tFij92nifn
— Jon Danziger (@jondanziger) July 15, 2016
On Saturday however, a new logo appeared on the campaign's website, which only shows both Trump and Pence's family names above the slogan "Make America Great Again".
What is the T doing to that P? https://t.co/tDvYm2QJYi
— John Dingell (@JohnDingell) July 15, 2016