President Donald Trump hands a signed "Make America Great Again," hat back to a supporter. The iconic hat has become the center of a law suit in New York.
President Donald Trump hands a signed "Make America Great Again," hat back to a supporter. The iconic hat has become the center of a law suit in New York. Alex Brandon AP
President Donald Trump hands a signed "Make America Great Again," hat back to a supporter. The iconic hat has become the center of a law suit in New York. Alex Brandon AP

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