It's barely 2018, but US President Donald Trump is gearing up for a 2020 re-election campaign, with a familiar sounding new slogan: "Keep America Great!"
Mr Trump said he had settled on a slogan that borrowed from his 2016 effort.
Trump says his new slogan will be "Keep America great!" with an exclamation point.
U.S. President Donald Trump has said his slogan for his second presidential bid would be "keep America great", building on his previous slogan "make America great again".
Mr. Trump appeared on behalf of Republican state Rep. Rick Saccone, who's locked in a tight special-election race against Democrat Conor Lamb for the seat vacated by the resignation of GOP Rep. Tim Murphy following a sex scandal.
"We can't say "Make America Great Again" because I already did that", he said.
He also repeated his interest in running against the American talk show queen Oprah Winfrey, a fellow billionaire entrepreneur whose passionate speech at a January awards show sparked fevered speculation about her ambitions. "Cars are the big money item".
"I may leave fast, or we may sit down and make the greatest deal for the world and for all of these countries, including, frankly, North Korea, and that's what I hope happens".
Meanwhile, a White House spokesman said the president's proposals for tackling school shootings will include arming school staff and raising the minimum age to 21 to purchase certain firearms.
Mr Trump also touched on his role in the recent Winter Olympic Games.
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