Fictional ‘RHoA’ Presidential Slogans: What Would the Ladies Say?
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Fictional ‘RHoA’ Presidential Slogans: What Would the Ladies Say?


With the 2016 presidential race in full swing and vocal groups of people both for and against presumptive nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, we figured it was time to inject some new blood into the race for the White House.

Massive Real Housewives of Atlanta fans that we are, we thought it would be fun to come up with presidential slogans for the ladies.

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While the likes of NeNe Leakes and Porsha Williams will almost certainly never see the inside of the Oval, it’s fun to pretend. After all, we never thought Donald “Make America Great Again” Trump would get this far, now did we?

Scroll down to see our list of (fictional) presidential slogans for the RHoA cast, and get ready to see a familiar phrase or two!

NeNe Leakes

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Though NeNe Leakes isn’t technically a H’wife anymore, she has so many great one-liners that would make even better slogans, so we just couldn’t omit her from this roundup.

Our personal favorite NeNe-ism that someone looking to be Commander in Chief might also say? “I’m rich, bitch.”

In fact, we’re pretty sure this was The Donald’s runner-up.

Porsha Williams

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We love Porsha Williams, but she’s probably the least presidential of this bunch. And that’s saying something.

Still, like NeNe, the 34-year-old comes loaded with quippy phrases that could double as presidential slogans.

While this was a tough choice, we went with that time the Go Naked Hair founder declared her lack of shame, because if you’re going to be Prez you better own it.

Kandi Burruss

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Kandi Burruss frequently spews little gems of wisdom and is often the most level-headed of the bunch, so for her slogan we selected something concise.

“Bitch, don’t kill my vibe” might not sound very presidential, but just imagine our girl shutting down other world leaders with a straightforward quip like that.

Cynthia Bailey

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If we had to pick the nicest RHoACynthia Bailey would take the cake.

And while “nice” might not be a super important presidential quality, the former model also knows when to put her foot down, hence our choice of her eye-for-an-eye philosophy on life as her slogan.

Phaedra Parks

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Phaedra Parks has a law degree and is very involved in issues relating to social justice so we think she’d actually love the opportunity to be Madame President. However, she also possesses the ability to be just as absurd as her RHoA brethren.

We think her trademark “Fix it, Jesus!” is a practically perfect slogan — separation of church and state be damned!

Kenya Moore


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We can’t mention Kenya Moore and not pick her go-to line, “Twirl on that.”

It’s short and to-the-point, and needs no rebuttal!

Sheree Whitfield

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We’re just going to leave Sheree Whitfield’s fictional slogan here and let it speak for itself…

As absurd as it may be, living in a world where an RHoA is Commander in Chief doesn’t sound half bad!