Um, guys? Donald Trump’s campaign team released the new logo for the joint Trump-Pence campaign Friday, July 15, after the presumptive Republican presidential nominee confirmed Indiana governor Mike Pence will be his running mate — and social media quickly noticed some suggestive undertones.
The logo features a letter T for Trump penetrating the center of a P for Pence in blue, along with five red horizontal bars meant to symbolize the American flag. Trump’s slogan, “Make America Great Again!” runs under the pair’s names.
Here, Us Weekly has rounded up some of the funniest reactions to the Trump-Pence logo:
— Puesto Loco (@PuestoLoco) July 15, 2016
— Scott Wooledge (@Clarknt67) July 15, 2016
— Some donkus (@rabid_child) July 15, 2016
— Kerri Lyn (@GoddessKerriLyn) July 15, 2016
— JR Anthony (@HarlemGetsMoney) July 15, 2016
— Matt Walker (@funnymatt) July 15, 2016
As previously reported, Trump, 70, called Pence, 57, Thursday to offer the governor the vice presidential slot on his ticket, which Pence accepted.
The real estate mogul took to Twitter on Friday, July 15, to confirm the selection.
“I am pleased to announce that I have chosen Governor Mike Pence as my Vice Presidential running mate,” Trump tweeted on Friday. “News conference tomorrow at 11:00 A.M.”
Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign didn’t hold back in its reaction to Trump’s selection, issuing a statement denouncing Pence’s “discriminatory” politics and calling out the politician’s “failed economic policies that favor millionaires and corporations over working families.”
"As governor, Pence personally spearheaded an anti-LGBT law that legalized discrimination against the LGBT community, alienated businesses, caused boycotts, lost investments and embarrassed Hoosiers — a law he was later forced to revise," the statement read.
"Pence also personally led the fight to defund Planned Parenthood while serving in the House and fought to pass Indiana's 2016 anti-abortion law, with some of the most outrageous restrictions in the country that threatened women’s privacy and limited their choice. And just like Trump, he's been a longtime opponent of comprehensive immigration reform."