President Trump said on Thursday that he might change the color of his iconic red "Make America Great Again" hats to green. 

While delivering remarks at the ceremonial opening for electronics manufacturer Foxconn's new factory in Wisconsin, the president said maybe he’d change the color to represent “cash.” 

“Today we're seeing the results of the pro-American agenda,” Trump told his audience during the event. “America first, make America great again, all those hats. Greatest phrase ever used in politics, I suspect, right?” 


“When you look at what we're doing, it's very simple,” Trump continued. “It's called ‘Keep America Great.’ We'll get you nice hats. Maybe we'll make them green this time instead of red. Green, representing cash.” 

Trump also raised eyebrows during the same visit after incorrectly stating former President Reagan didn’t win Wisconsin during his presidential bid.

The president said Wisconsin “hadn’t been won by a Republican since Dwight D. Eisenhower, in 1952" before he did in 2016. 

“And I won Wisconsin. And I like Wisconsin a lot, but we won Wisconsin. And Ronald Reagan, remember, Wisconsin was the state that Ronald Reagan did not win,” Trump continued.

But Reagan won Wisconsin in both 1980 and 1984.