Donald Trump Says His 2020 Slogan 'Keep America Great!' Will Be On Green Hats to 'Represent Cash'

President Donald Trump addressed a crowd in Wisconsin on Thursday for the groundbreaking of a $10 billion Foxconn plant while hinting at what new merchandise his supporters might soon be able to purchase.

"When you look at what we're doing, it's very simple: Keep America Great," Trump said. "We'll get you nice hats. Maybe we'll make them green this time instead of red … green, representing cash."

The president has two websites—one that profits the Trump Organization and the other that profits his presidential campaign—featuring everything from Trump-branded hats and T-shirts to Trump-branded dog leashes and golf towels.

Even since taking office, Trump has continued to tout his clothing line. On Black Friday last year, he said he wanted Americans to shop for "Trump Gear" by using an online discount code. The Republican National Committee also posted about the "HUGE SALE" and tagged the president on Twitter.

Trump was in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, unveiling a new $10 billion plant by Foxconn Technology Group, a Taiwan-based tech company that is known for making LCD screens for smartphones and TVs, according to the Chicago Tribune, when he made the apparel announcement. The company is also the largest of its kind with factories throughout China.

Today, we broke ground on a plant that will provide jobs for up to 15,000 Wisconsin Workers! As Foxconn has discovered, there is no better place to build, hire and grow than right here in the United States!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 28, 2018

Although Trump claimed Foxconn will add 15,000 new jobs, the company has only ever promised a maximum of 13,000. Earlier in the week, Harley-Davidson said it would move some of its U.S. motorcycle production abroad as a result of the president's new European tariffs. The company did not say how many U.S.-based jobs would be lost, but economists estimate the country as a whole could lose around 400,000 jobs because of those tariffs, which are also against Canada and Mexico.

Calling it the "eighth wonder of the world," it was not the first time Trump has falsely taken credit for the electronic manufacturer's decision to build a plant in Wisconsin. The company started to consider building a U.S. facility in 2013 and planned to build in Pennsylvania. Despite this, the president has taken credit for Foxconn choosing the state of Wisconsin 78 times.