Did you know that the famous American I Want You? poster was inspired by (um, a ripoff of) a British recruiting poster from the same Great War? The story behind the original is interesting. It depicts Lord Kitchener, British Secretary of War. Standing 6’2″ and a veteran of the hard-fought Boer War, Kitchener points his gloved finger pointing at the reader. The Direct Address: Britons. (Desired response: Oh, they’re talking to me). Then the Image of Kitchener, with no attribution; he was recognizable throughout the country) with “Wants you”. The quotes are in odd spots; in today’s usage, they would have gone before the image so it read Lord Kitchener Wants You. “Join Your Country’s Army” and God Save the King. It was a hugely successful recruitment drive, with hundreds of thousands of young men joining his Country’s Army.
I think Pres. Trump would like himself in this poster. In fact, I think he has this entire illustration painted on his bathroom mirror, except for the part where his face goes.