Evan Vucci/Associated Press President Donald Trump speaks during his re-election kickoff rally at the Amway Center, Tuesday, June 18, 2019, in Orlando, Fla. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) President Donald Trump speaks during a rally at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida to officially launch his 2020 campaign on June 18, 2019. (Mandel Ngan/Agence France-Presse via Getty Images) Sound The gallery will resume inseconds President Donald Trump speaks during his re-election kickoff rally at the Amway Center, Tuesday, June 18, 2019, in Orlando, Fla. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) Mandel Ngan/Agence France-Presse via Getty Images At the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, President Trump reminisced about his 2016 campaign, describing it is as a "great political movement" and "a defining moment in American history." Vice President Mike Pence and Karen Pence arrive at a rally for US President Donald Trump, to officially launch the Trump 2020 campaign, at the Amway Center in Orlando, … [Read more...] about Trump kicks off reelection campaign with Florida rally
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Associated Press Published 8:34 PM EDT Jun 18, 2019 Orlando, Fla. – Jabbing at the press and poking at the political establishment, President Donald Trump officially kicked off his reelection campaign Tuesday at a Florida rally where he exhorted thousands of rollicking supporters to keep advancing his political movement to put America’s “own citizens first.” At the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, Trump reminisced about his 2016 campaign, describing it is as a “great political movement” and “a defining moment in American history.” And he said he had fundamentally upended Washington, staring down “a corrupt and broken political establishment” and restoring a government “of, for and by the people.” Vice President Mike Pence offered a more direct pitch. “We’re here for one reason and reason only: America needs four more years of President Donald Trump,” he said, prompting a “Four more … [Read more...] about Trump kicks off 2020 campaign at Orlando rally
A block away from the former Capitol Hill headquarters of Breitbart News — known in Washington as the “Breitbart embassy” — sits a second-floor apartment its occupant calls “the Consulate.” Here, surrounded by memorabilia of the British empire, two right-wing entrepreneurs — a protege of Steve Bannon’s and a social media activist — are rebooting a dilapidated conservative publication from around a dining room table.Story Continued Below This month, the duo relaunched the 75-year-old Human Events, once Ronald Reagan’s favorite newspaper. Their efforts to reinvent it as a thriving digital media enterprise driven by “tabloid intellectualism” represent the latest test of whether President Donald Trump’s haphazard insurgency can mature into a durable political movement. “It’s Trump as a philosophy, not Trump as a man,” said co-founder Raheem Kassam — the posh, bespectacled, former editor … [Read more...] about Reagan’s Favorite Rag Gets a Trump-era Makeover
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American political campaign branding has been dominated by red, white, and blue for far too long. Yes, these are the colors of our beloved flag, but the idea that presidential candidates have an unspoken obligation to pay homage to classic symbols of patriotism with their campaign branding seems decidedly outdated. American culture and politics have come a long way since the flag was designed. Branding has become more sophisticated and pervasive, coming at citizens from every conceivable angle both on and offline. In 2008, Barack Obama’s game-changing presidential campaign, with its deep appreciation for the power of design as an organizing tool, reinvigorated political branding for the digital age. Now, a diverse pool of female Democratic presidential candidates is shaking things up politically at a time when our country is in desperate need of a new leadership vision. They are signaling that something new is coming with nontraditional color choices, and they are leading … [Read more...] about The women running for president are breaking the rules of branding