Joe Biden's campaign has acquired the web domain KeepAmericaGreat.com.
When President Donald Trump launched his reelection campaign, he had officially brought out the "Keep America Great" slogan.
Politico noted that Trump talked about the switch from "Make America Great Again."
"How do you give up the greatest theme of all time with a new theme?" Trump had said. "If I lose, people are going to say what a mistake that was. But we're not going to lose, so it's not going to matter."
However, his campaign did not snag the website domain, but Biden's did, according to Politico.
When people go to KeepAmericaGreat.com, they are greeted with Trump's photo and the words: "Promises Made, Promises Broken." The website now lists "Trump's failures."
Biden made note of the website in a Thursday tweet before Trump's acceptance speech.
"President Trump doesn't want a second term. He was a do-over," he wrote. "As he takes the stage tonight, remember: he alone is responsible for the chaos in our country. Together, we can stop it. keepamericagreat.com"
But Hogan Gidley, Trump's campaign spokesman said: "You can buy all the domain names you want, but Joe Biden can't ever buy a way out of his 47 years' worth of failure in elected office."
Politico noted that previously the Trump campaign had purchased the todosconbiden.com domain after the Biden campaign had announced its Latino outreach program, dubbed "Todos Con Biden."
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