Twitter users mockingly suggested Donald Trump debuted a new campaign slogan during his 2024 announcement on Tuesday night.
“In order to make America great and glorious again I’m announcing my candidacy for president of the United States,” Trump declared at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida.
Wags on social media joked that “Make America Great And Glorious Again” ― or MAGAGA ― would replace Trump’s “Make America Great Again” MAGA acronym.
“The hats’ll have to say MAGAGA — make America great and glorious again. If it makes you gag, get used to it,” cracked Harvard constitutional law professor Laurence Tribe.
“I tried to say #MAGAGA and activated my gag reflex,” actor and comedian John Fugelsang wrote.
So he says he’s running. The hats’ll have to say MAGAGA — make America great and glorious again. If it makes you gag, get used to it.
— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) November 16, 2022
I can’t be the only one thinking Trump added ‘and glorious’ to MAGA just so that all his adorers will have to get new hats, right? #MAGAGA
— Julie DiCaro wrote a book (@JulieDiCaro) November 16, 2022
Ah, apparently the reason Trump feels the need to inflict this campaign on the country is to “Make America Great AND Glorious Again.”
MAGAGA, I guess?
— Amy Davidson Sorkin (@tnyCloseRead) November 16, 2022
Make America Great And Glorious Again?
— Pod Save America (@PodSaveAmerica) November 16, 2022