Sanders’ campaign has a poster on its website that says “Make America Great Again.”
The campaign says it was printed in a color that is used on a variety of cardboard products and “represents the true face of the United States.”
The poster is signed by Sanders himself and is part of the campaign’s campaign materials for the general election.
He has a “MakeAmericaGreatAgain” button in his campaign logos and the “Sanders for President” logo is printed on a cardboard box that holds the poster.
The campaign said it printed the poster in blue and white to match the color of the rest of the posters that are on the website.
“The Sanders for President poster was printed with a color palette that includes a mix of black and white, blue and red, and green and yellow,” campaign spokesman Eric Schultz said in a statement.
The posters were printed in the United Kingdom and have a similar print design to the ones printed on the campaign website.
The United Kingdom’s political poster board is considered a “standard” product by the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority.
It does not require a special certification.
The Sanders campaign says the poster was inspired by Sanders’ support of a $15 minimum wage and other campaign-specific issues.
It’s a campaign that says it is “working hard to bring the country together.”