Donald Trump plans on displaying the United States military’s strength when he becomes president by having troops march in parades.
“Being a great president has to do with a lot of things, but one of them is being a great cheerleader for the country,” Trump told the Washington Post in an interview published Wednesday morning. “And we’re going to show the people as we build up our military, we’re going to display our military.”
“That military may come marching down Pennsylvania Avenue. That military may be flying over New York City and Washington, D.C., for parades. I mean, we’re going to be showing our military,” he continued.
Trump made the comments while talking about his campaign and its slogan, “Make America Great Again.” He revealed an option for a slogan for his 2020 re-election campaign to the Washington Post.
“Are you ready?” he told the Post. “‘Keep America Great,’ exclamation point.”
Trump then interrupted the interview to ask his lawyer to apply for a trademark for the phrase.
“I never thought I’d be giving [you] my expression for four years [from now],” the President-elect said when he returned to the interview. “But I am so confident that we are going to be, it is going to be so amazing. It’s the only reason I give it to you. If I was, like, ambiguous about it, if I wasn’t sure about what is going to happen — the country is going to be great.”