Washington, DC - Trump supporters waiting for their October surprise from WikiLeaks now have the ammunition they have been waiting for: Hillary Clinton's unused campaign slogans are described in several private hacked emails. The slogans were proposed as part of a campaign contest. The secret winner received a $50,000 grand prize.
"I'm with Her" with an arrow has become the most popular slogan, along with "Hillary for America" and "Stronger Together". None of these slogans have been as popular as the Trump Campaign's "Make America Great Again".
WikiLeaks' leaked emails disclosed other campaign slogans that were not selected by the Clinton Campaign but were suggested as part of the contest. These runner-ups include "Up the Hill", "Over the Hill" and "Go DownHill". None of these slogans were chosen due to possible sexual overtones. The NY Police Union suggested "Hillary Street Blues" and "To Hill and Back".
Other nominees were "Head for the Hill", "Run for the Hill", "Old as the Hill", "Not Worth a Hill of Beans", "Hill Withya" and "Take to the Hill (as best we can)".
The winning slogan was derived from "Oh Hell, I'm with Hill", which morphed into "Dammit I guess I'm with Her" to what we now know as the shortened winner, "I'm with Her".
According to the emails, the $50,000 prize money was awarded to Chelsea Clinton, who suggested the winning slogan. Chelsea's slogan was chosen by an independent panel consisting of her husband and her parents, Bill and Hillary Clinton.
The Clinton Campaign stopped using "Stronger Together" when Trump campaign buttons appeared with "Stronger ToGetHer".
Hillary tweeted, "I liked 'FU TRUMP' which stood for "fairly unusual", but we didn't use it in the end. LOL #I'mWithHer".
Sources confirmed that FU TRUMP was the email ending used on most of the leaked emails.