The President’s campaign logo design is an unmitigated disaster, according to a newly released report by the advocacy group Campaign for America’s Future.
The report, “Making America Great: Obama’s Campaign Logo and Its Impact on the Media,” lays out a series of findings on the design of Obama’s “Make America Grand” campaign logo, which was unveiled by the President on September 22.
The campaign logo has been criticized by both conservatives and progressives, and many of the critiques stem from the logo’s use of a small, black, textless “E” surrounded by a circle.
The font used in the logo is small and bold, making it difficult to read.
The use of this font makes the logo look similar to the logo of a commercial.
As the report states, the font used for the logo has a tendency to be large and overly large, and to make it harder to read the words on the “E.”
This type of design creates the impression that the campaign logo would look good on a tablet, smartphone, or in a business card, which is not the case.
The design also creates the false impression that Obama has a personal relationship with the people of America, and this is not true.
The Obama campaign logo does not have a personal connection to the people who use it.
In addition, the design is a disgrace.
It is not designed for use in the real world, nor does it appear to be designed to make people smile, laugh, or even feel good.
In the report, the group found that the font was overly large and that the wordmark is “too thin.”
The font is also overly small.
The group says the campaign’s “E,” which is an oversized circle, also creates an “illusion of personal connection.”
The campaign has received widespread criticism for the font and wordmark.
The design is also a failure because it is confusing for users, with the “small E” not clearly visible.
The campaign also chose a large, bold font over a smaller font.
The Obama campaign has responded to the criticism in an official statement.
The President’s “Reverse Design” campaign slogan, which includes the phrase “Make AMERICA GREAT Again,” has been heavily criticized.
The slogan is not a good candidate for branding.
The President has also received criticism for using an unoriginal, poorly-thought out slogan in his “Make American Great Again” campaign, particularly because the slogan is also associated with a slogan that is similar to a slogan used by the Republican National Committee.
The “Make Americans Great Again,” campaign slogan was introduced in May 2012 by then-Vice President Joe Biden, who had just won the presidential election, and it was intended to be an endorsement of Biden’s “America First” agenda.
In September 2012, Biden launched the “Make the Road Great Again Initiative,” which would use the slogan “Make roads great again” to create an economy that works for everyone.
The phrase is often used by Republicans to call out the President’s efforts to reduce regulation, and the phrase is also used by Democrats to call attention to the President for his record of regulatory overreach.