Trump 2020 Campaign Slogans as Suggested by the Internet Will Make Your Day

President Donald J. Trump
President Donald Trump has said he will respond to threats from North Korea with "fire and fury." Martin H. Simon - Pool/Getty

The internet is sharing suggestions for President Donald Trump's potential election slogan in 2020, and they're not flattering.

The hashtag, which was used by thousands of people on Wednesday, comes just days after Trump suggested he would like to see his former rival Hillary Clinton run against him in the 2020 presidential election.

Among the topics Twitter users suggested for the Republican's campaign slogan were his ongoing war of words with the mainstream media, America's increasingly volatile relationship with North Korea, and his previously reported comments about grabbing women "by the pussy."

Because 2021 is so over-rated #Trump2020ElectionSlogans pic.twitter.com/ttaqYBLbok

— Richard Hine (@richardhine) October 18, 2017

Social media users also highlighted some of the president's more memorable gaffes, including his apparent lack of awareness that he is the president of the U.S. Virgin Islands, and his much-discussed use of the word covfefe.

Supported by the President of the Virgin Islands! #Trump2020ElectionSlogans

— David E (@DaSkrambledEgg) October 18, 2017

"Four more years! Of checking your phone each morning to make sure I haven't nuked anyone ‪#Trump2020ElectionSlogans," Donald J. Drumpf wrote, while Craig Rozniecki‏ said: "Making Armageddon Great Again #Trump2020ElectionSlogans."

How am I not already impeached?#Trump2020ElectionSlogans

— Nathan Dunn (@DunnsCap) October 18, 2017

35% of the American People Can't Be Wrong

#Trump2020ElectionSlogans

— Dreamweasel (@Dreamweasel) October 18, 2017

Others used the hashtag to suggest the U.S. was better off with Trump in charge than his vice president, Mike Pence, while some used it to make more serious points about the policies they disliked.

The hashtag appears to be a response to Trump's tweet about Clinton running in 2020. "I was recently asked if Crooked Hillary Clinton is going to run in 2020? My answer was, 'I hope so!'" the president wrote on October 16.

I was recently asked if Crooked Hillary Clinton is going to run in 2020? My answer was, "I hope so!"

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 16, 2017

Alas, poor Donald, but in an interview on BBC Radio 4's "Woman's Hour" on Tuesday, Clinton once again ruled out a re-run of the 2016 race.

"No, I'm not going to run again," she said, although she explained that not running against Trump would magnify her voice.

"I'm in a position where my voice will actually be magnified because I am not running (for office), and there's a very good basis, as we watch Trump's support shrink, that people will say, 'Well, what she said was right and now where do we go from here?'" she added.