The phrase “Make America great again” has become synonymous with the Donald Trump campaign.
But in early 2017, the phrase itself may have come from a different campaign slogan: “Make our streets great again.”
In early 2017 a Facebook page called “Make Our Streets Great Again” was created with a list of suggestions to the president.
The idea was to make streets safer by reducing the amount of guns and gangs on the streets, improving public transit, and improving public health.
The page has since been taken down, but it has since resurfaced on the page of the Make Our Streets great Again Facebook page.
“Our roads are crumbling and there is a great need to invest in new ways to make our streets safer,” the page read.
“We need a better way to get people to the polls, to keep families together, and to stop the violence that has become a regular part of our lives.”
The page was created by one man, John Schmitt.
Schmitt told Breitbart News in an interview that he is the creator of the page, and that it was started in late 2016.
Schmitt said he created the page to promote the “Make the Streets Great” campaign, which was launched in September 2017.
The campaign was a response to the 2016 presidential election when Trump was re-elected.
Schim said the idea to promote “Make AMERICA GREAT AGAIN” was inspired by a conversation he had with a friend who had a new iPhone.
“He had a great idea to try to do something on his iPhone,” Schmitt said.
“I said, ‘You can do it, we’ll see if we can do a campaign on your iPhone.'”
Schmitt told the Breitbart News Network that he created a new Facebook page and Facebook group, and started posting messages to both groups.
“What I wanted to do was say, ‘Make our street safer.
Make our streets awesome.
Make us great again,'” he said.
When Trump took office, he promised to “Make American Great Again,” but the phrase didn’t come to fruition.
Trump’s campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Breitbart News.