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Trump/Pence Campaign Tries To Scrub Ridiculed Logo; Too Bad The Internet Remembers Forever

by Derek de Koff July 18, 2016


As you may have heard, social media had a field day with the original Donald Trump/Mike Pence campaign logo the second it was unveiled on Friday, noticing how 1.) it called to mind toilet paper and 2.) it looked as though Trump was penetrating Pence hardcore:


After facing massive online ridicule, they’ve replaced it with this way less sexy version:


Personally, we preferred the original. Far more provocative.

Derek de Koff
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