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Trump's New Slogan Is 'Make American Great Again' Version 2.0

U.S. President Donald Trump officially launched his bid for re-election in the 2020 U.S. election by asking his supporters to vote on his new campaign slogan.

Trump, who has been trailing his opponents in several battleground states according to recent polls, was nothing but confident as he reassured the crowd they were not going to lose next year's election.

At a packed rally of supporters, most of whom held signs or wore 'Make America Great Again' clothing, Trump vowed to deport "millions" from the country if he was to be re-elected.

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"The fact is the American dream is back, it's bigger and better and stronger than ever before," he told the rally in Orlando, Florida.

Trump briefly spoke of his economic reforms, deregulation, military revamping and what he claimed was a record appointment of judges, but overwhelmingly crowds heard the same messages that have been repeated by the President over past few years.

From 'fake news' to the 2016 federal election and the Hillary Clinton email scandal, the President took aim at his usual targets throughout most of his address -- even lashing out at the Academy Awards for becoming "too political".

"We have accomplished more than any other president has in the first two and a half years of presidency and under circumstances that no president has ever had to endure before," Trump said, as he referenced the Mueller report into U.S-Russia collusion, which he described as having "won".

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And the crowd loved it, loudly chanting "drain the swap", "lock her up" and "USA" throughout the president's address.

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But it was a moment at the end of his speech that got the most cheers from the crowd.

Talking about his 'Make America Great Again' slogan as "probably the greatest theme in American politics', Trump told the crowd they had a "decision to make", before announcing they would be deciding on his new campaign slogan by cheering.

"MAGA, MAGA, MAGA, we are in MAGA country right now, that's what I can tell you," Trump said.

The crowd cheered loudly for the first option 'Make America Great', but exploded for the second suggestion of 'Keep America Great'.

Declaring 'Keep America Great' the winner, Trump said his eardrums would "never be the same".

MAGA merchandise has become well-known globally. The official Trump campaign is yet to reveal whether any of their new merchandise will carry the 'Keep America Great' slogan.

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