Long live "Live Free or Die."
Written by Revolutionary War Gen. John Stark in 1809 and adopted as the state motto in 1945, the phrase won praise from then-candidate Donald Trump just before the 2016 presidential primary.
"What a great slogan," Trump said in a Facebook video. "Congratulations, New Hampshire. Wonderful job."
To Trump, the motto stood for everything from free enterprise and border security to "taking care of our vets."