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    Videos: Trump Says Will Invite #MAGACHALLENGE Winners to Perform at the White House

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    The MAGA Challenge on Twitter, a forum to post video, sing or rap in favor of US President Donald Trump and his politics, reportedly began in September after Bryson Gray posted a song online using the handle ‘MAGA Boy’ in which the lyrics detailed the backlash experienced by a Trump supporter who is black.

    US President Donald Trump tweeted that he will select winners for his Twitter-based ‘Make America Great Again’ challenge under the hashtag #MAGACHALLENGE.

    The president added that he will invite the winners to meet him at the White House and perform their work.

    “I will be announcing the winners of the #MAGACHALLENGE and inviting them to the White House to meet with me and perform. Good luck!,” Trump tweeted, sharing a clip in which a male raps praise for Trump.

    Trump’s initiative found wide acceptance from many while others denounced and ridiculed the president.

    Participants of the challenge will tweet their routine using the hashtag. A MAGA hat is obligatory to most of the videos and photos posted with the hashtag.

    The majority of challenge participants have uploaded videos in which they sing a song or rap in support of Trump, but there have been some posted videos that mock the president.

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