Donald Trump announced a new Super PAC on Monday — and their critics couldn’t get over the name: “Make America Great Again, Again.”
Strange nicknames have previously been used by Trump aides, including the former vice president mike pence, who tested it at the Republican National Convention in 2020 Similar confusion on social media those days.
In this case, New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman said the rebrand was a way to get a longtime Trump ally Corey Lewandowski, who was exiled from the former president’s class after being accused of sexual misconduct Last week.
However, he remains in charge of the current PAC, “Make America Great Again Action”.
“The Trump people had no way of legally replacing Levandowski, one of the two board members of the first Super PAC, until he stepped down, so they are now forming a new group,” she wrote on twitter.
But critics of the former president could not overcome the lack of originality in the name: