Washington: The campaign of US Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump unveiled a new logo on Saturday, a day after an original logo was mocked widely on social media.
The new logo for the campaign was released on Friday after Trump announced that he had chosen Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate.
According to the Xinhua news agency, the campaign replaced it with another logo Saturday after the original one was mocked widely online for appearing to be suggestive.
As per the fundraising email sent by the Trump campaign on Friday, part of the original logo featured an intertwined blue "T" and "P" with the letter "T" penetrating the loop of "P".
On Saturday however, a new logo appeared on the campaign's website, which only shows both Trump and Pence's family names above the slogan "Make America Great Again".
While speaking at a rally on Saturday, Trump said he chose Pence as his running mate to boost party unity.
"One of the biggest reasons I've chosen Mike, one of the reasons is party unity, I have to be honest," said Trump at a rally in New York.
(With Agency input)