Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, right, and Gov. Mike Pence, R-Ind., shake hands during a campaign event to announce Pence as the vice presidential running mate on, Saturday, July 16, 2016, in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Donald Trump’s campaign released a modified version of its Trump-Pence logo Saturday in light of some critics’ unexpected interpretations of the original.

The original Trump-Pence logo featured an American flag-inspired graphic with a “T” that interlaces a “P” in blue. Beneath the graphic, “TRUMP” sits atop “PENCE,” accompanied by Trump’s slogan “Make America Great Again.”

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But it was the graphic specifically that caught people’s attention. The design was immediately mocked by users on social media, like those who thought the graphic was sexually suggestive.

What is the T doing to that P? https://t.co/tDvYm2QJYi

— John Dingell (@JohnDingell) July 15, 2016

New Trump logo features Pence's initial giving Trump's initial a hug pic.twitter.com/wHu57GYVyX

— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) July 15, 2016

in case any news outlets want to use the Trump-Pence logo, i made it safe for TV pic.twitter.com/mxozHMzam6

— Matt Negrin (@MattNegrin) July 15, 2016

But come Saturday, Trump’s campaign website had changed the logo to just the names and slogan without the graphic attached. According to CNN, Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller said “We have a number of logos. The final one won’t be unveiled until the convention.”

The logo isn't on Trump's website and the two are photoshopped together pic.twitter.com/UaQw5aq0Bt

— Ben Jacobs (@Bencjacobs) July 16, 2016

You can see a whole chain of slightly inappropriate jokes made at the logo’s expense on Twitter. 

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