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Stronger Together

Stronger Together Cause Busy Beaver Button Museum
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Stronger Together braille Cause Busy Beaver Button Museum
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White text separated by dark blue arrow all on light blue background. Overlay of clear covering has braille text.

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"Stronger Together" is the campaign slogan for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential run against former President Donald Trump. The motto came in response to a comment President Trump had made at a rally, saying that, "no one knows the system better than me" and "he alone could fix it". "Stronger Together" built upon her belief that "it takes a village", which is also the title of a book she wrote in 1996. Interestingly, Donald Trump posted an image for his 2020 re-election campaign that said, "We're only getting stronger together".


Cantor, M. (2019). ‘Stronger together’: why Trump’s theft of Hillary Clinton’s slogan is tradition. Retrieved 30 January 2021, from

Keith, T. (2016). How 'Stronger Together' Became Clinton's Response To 'Make America Great Again'. Retrieved 30 January 2021, from

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