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Actor George Takei isof President , even less so after Trump on Friday unveiled a new logo for the newly created United States Space Force.
After Trump shared the design on Twitter, Takei, who played Sulu on the original Star Trek TV series in the ‘60s, pointed out its similarities to the one used by the sci-fi franchise’s Starfleet Command. “Ahem. We are expecting some royalties from this...,” Takei wrote.
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Ahem. We are expecting some royalties from this...— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei)
In one of several tweets on the subject, Takei declared, “There is nothing sacred anymore.”
The actor, who’s spoken out before about hiswith Trump when Takei was a contestant on Celebrity Apprentice in 2012, was far from the only one who noticed similarities. The topic was one of the most talked about subjects on Twitter late in the day.
CNN reporter Jim Acosta provided a side-by-side comparison.
Trump just announced the new logo for the Space Force. The other is Star Trek Starfleet Command.— Jim Acosta (@Acosta)
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It looks like you'll be hearing from Star Trek's lawyers.— Nick Jack Pappas (@Pappiness)
"What if we just use the Star Trek logo?"
"We could never get away with that."
"I dunno, the President's pretty dumb."
"You don't think..."
"C'mon. Let's try."— Oliver Willis (@owillis)
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But we have plenty of money to plagiarize the Star Trek logo & create Space Force to fight off the invading Klingons. ????— Qasim Rashid for Congress (@QasimRashid)
I think this sums it up...— It is what it is (@PITT_ALUM)
I don't want to alarm anybody but World War III in the Star Trek universe lasted from 2026 to 2053.— Paul Fairie (@paulisci)
However, a few pointed out that the new logo has commonalities with an other earlier logo, one that was used by the Air Force.
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For those excitedly tweeting that Trump stole the Star Trek logo!!!!, the patch on the left was the existing Air Force Command logo.
The same one I wore as a Lieutenant in 2005.— John Noonan (@noonanjo)
Star Trek was already fresh on the minds of audiences, as the new show Star Trek: Picard, the eighth series in the franchise, debuted Jan. 23 on CBS All Access. The spinoff, which follows retired officer Jean-Luc Picard, played by Patrick Stewart, wasbefore the first episode had even aired.
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