Today is officially the last day Barack Obama will be the President of the United States, but despite Donald Trump starting his Presidency tomorrow, he's already thought about what his slogan will be for the 2020 campaign.

In an interview with The Washington Post, President-Elect Trump revealed that his 2020 slogan for the Presidency will be “Keep America Great.”

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“Are you ready?” Trump says, “ ‘Keep America Great,’ exclamation point.”

Check out the clip of Trump boasting about his 2020 slogan below.

Just a few minutes later, Trump called his attorney into the room to make sure both “Keep America Great” and “Keep America Great!” would be trademarked for use.

If that slogan seems familiar to you, it's because you've probably heard of it before. In a possibly chilling form of foreshadowing, the 2016 horror film The Purge: Election Year featured the same slogan.

Originally, The Purge: Election Year wasn't even going to have that title until Universal Pictures noticed some similarities between the President in the film and our new President-Elect.

“Oddly enough, the guy who plays the President in the movie, he plays him like Trump – totally by accident. There's a lot of parallels between the GOP race and the movie and the messages that are being put forward and then Universal got this great idea to call it Purge: Election Year,” revealed Frank Grillo in an interview with Comicbook.com.

Grillo played Leo Barnes in both The Purge: Anarchy and The Purge: Election Year.

The President-Elect has not commented on using the same slogan as the horror film.