Eat your hearts out, new BFFs Hillary Clinton and Jill Stein, both defeated presidential candidates, because there's no stopping President-elect Donald Trump from taking his place and position as the 45th President of the United States of America.
And Trump knows it and is not shy about proclaiming it either. Known for wearing his famous campaign accessory-a red cap with his battle cry Make America Great Again, the incoming president sported a new cap on Sunday. It's still in bold red, bearing USA in front, but what was most noticeable and symbolic-is the number " 45" stitched on the side.
It is a not so subtle declaration that indeed there's no stopping Trump from being inaugurated as the 45th President of America, recount or no recount. Trump was seen debuting the cap as he was spotted leaving Mar-a-Lago with his security detail on Sunday afternoon, adjusting the cap to ensure the cameras do not miss the prominent 45 sign on the side.
The new presidential cap appearance came just hours after Trump released a series of tweets hitting the efforts of Stein for a recount of trio states Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Trump said in his tweets that not only did he win by a landslide the electoral college votes, but that if it were not for voting irregularities that allowed
"Illegals" to vote, he would have won the popular vote as well.
Trump also said that there was serious voter fraud in Virginia, New Hampshire and California, and called the media to task for not reporting about it. He said it was a case of serious bias and called it a " big problem".
Hillary's camp has joined Stein's party in the recount moves. But here's a piece of some bitter news for Hillary. Michigan elections panel has just certified Trump as the winner in the state's presidential election, winning with a margin of 10, 704 votes.
Trump's official win in Michigan further expanded his lead over Hillary in the electoral college votes- with total votes of 306 as opposed to Hillary's 232.
The new presidential cap is indeed looking good and confident, as the 45th US President wearing it.