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The first thing to note is that this is the first time we’ve seen a GOP presidential hopeful in a state like Texas use wrought iron, a highly unusual technology for a presidential candidate.
So far, no one in either party has used wrought iron as their campaign platform.
We also noted that, at the very least, this campaign is being run with a little bit of help from the folks at the U.S. Steel plant in Austin, which has been busy helping the candidates out on the stump.
This week, the Texas Tribune reported that U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson used wrought-iron buttons to help him win his bid for the Conservative Party leadership in the general election last year.
And a similar campaign was put in place for Trump, who is also using wrought-irons.
The fact that this isn’t the first campaign using wrought iron to promote their cause has not stopped other Republicans from using it as well.
The Republican Party of Virginia is using wrought Iron buttons to promote its message.
This past March, the party put out a TV ad featuring the image of the candidate wearing wrought iron buttons.
And last year, Ohio Gov.
John Kasich used wrought Iron to push his gubernatorial campaign in a similar way.
In Texas, the campaign is also promoting its campaign with a video featuring a man wearing wrought Iron button shirts.
The Texas Tribune reports that the campaign, which is still in the early stages, has also used an actual wrought-in-iron button to advertise a local news station.