Joe Biden’s campaign has snapped up the .com domain name that makes up President Donald Trump’s re-election slogan, “Keep America Great”. Biden’s team has used the domain name for a site that’s now filled with “Promises Made, Promises Broken” by the Tangerine Toddler, along with his “Failures”, of which there are many. The Washington Post Fact Checker lists over 20,000 false or misleading statements by the Toddler.
The domain name keepamericagreat.com was registered on 25 June through GoDaddy. It was the focus of a tweet from Biden on 28 August which said “Donald Trump promised to be the greatest jobs president God ever created. Instead, tens of millions of Americans are out of work and we’re facing the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. #PromisesBroken”
KeepAmericaGreat.com lists some of the Tangerine Toddler’s broken promises under topics such as education, veterans, health care, infrastructure and technology, law and justice, COVID-19 and more than half a dozen others. The purchase of the domain name has irked the Toddler’s campaign team, with Trump himself sending out a tweet in response.
And the Biden campaign’s registration of the domain name follows on from Trump’s campaign registering todosconbiden.com after Biden announced his Latino outreach program, “Todos Con Biden.”