Hillary Clinton Unveils New Campaign Logo

imageWASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – It’s official.  Hillary Clinton has clinched the Democratic nomination for president, and the current occupant of the White House has officially endorsed her today. 

So it’s time for Clinton to focus on the general elections where she faces the GOP’s presumptive nominee Donald Trump.

For starters, the Clinton campaign has unveiled a new logo that it says would better reflect the presidential contest that goes into full swing after both candidates have been proclaimed by their respective party conventions this summer.

Hillary Clinton’s new logo, a blue and red “H” with a bold arrow as the crossbar is not that much different from the old one except that the arrow in the new design is facting left instead of right.

During the Democratic contest, Clinton campaigned on a promise to move the country forward, hence the right arrow.  But in the general elections, the arrow facing left would symbolize the fact that Clinton is leaning to the left as opposed to Trump who is gravitating to the right.

Meanwhile, there is speculation that Trump might revise his own campaign mantra of “making America great again.” He is planning on launching a new meme of “Making the Trump Empire Great Again.” This new meme is to counter criticism by Trump opponents that the real estate mogul has had a history of failed business ventures ranging from repeated bankruptcies to losing the Miss U.S.A . and Miss Universe franchises, not to mention his celebrity reality show, “Celebrity Apprentice” going off air.




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