Article courtesy of Vox, written by Tara Golshan.
The Donald Trump–Mike Pence ticket has a logo, and it is ... not safe for work?
Shortly after Trump announced the Indiana governor as his running mate, the Republican National Committee sent out a fundraising email with a new Trump-Pence letterhead. The logo: A Trump "T" penetrating a Pence "P" to form some kind of distorted American flag. See for yourself:
The Trump-RNC joint fundraising committee first out with an fundraising email off Pence news, and new logo! pic.twitter.com/t5XcKZAdjt— Nick Corasaniti (@NYTnickc) July 15, 2016
The logo, which the Trump-Pence campaign will presumably use until the general election in November, hasn’t found many fans among on the internet. Some suggested alternatives:
But even more enjoyably, the logo incited a lot of snark from the beautiful people of Twitter, bringing rise to the logo’s more, um, suggestive implications.
Here are some of the best zingers:
"When two people love each other very much and want to start a campaign together..." pic.twitter.com/OkOncMsbth— Ellie Hall (@ellievhall) July 15, 2016