Key detail you missed on Biden’s cap
Joe Biden appeared to be trolling Trump's Make America Great Again hat with a cap of his own saying "We Just Did" and the number 46.
Joe's wife Dr Jill Biden posted a celebratory picture on her Twitter page Saturday after the media called the Democrat as having won the presidential race.
The happy photo shows husband and wife standing next to each other showing the President-elect with a big smile on his face.
The pair hold up a sign that reads "Dr and Vice President Biden live here" with Dr Biden's hand over the word "vice".
Biden's dark baseball cap is clearly visible but it's not so easy to see what it says.
In white lettering it reads: "We Just Did" with the number 46 in red.
When Biden is sworn into office in January he will be the 46th US president.
Speculation on social media indicates Biden's cap could be in response to Trump's famous MAGA baseball caps with the statement "Make America Great Again".
One Twitter user retweeted Dr Biden's photo and wrote: "YALL!!!! His HAT!!! "Make America Great Again" .... "WE JUST DID."
When people cottoned on what Biden's cap referred to when wanted to know where they could get one.
Another Twitter user wrote: "Where do I find it? I NEED it."
I’m normally not into wearing presidential merch because that’s weird. But I kinda want the Joe Biden hat that says “we just did”. I feel it to be a nice subtle jab at Trump and his lame slogan.— Michelle (@iismichelle) November 9, 2020
The fact that Joe Biden had a hat made that said “We Just Did” in response to Trumps “Make America Great Again” slogan is the level of petty I strive for 😂😂😂— sierra (@SierraYoho22) November 9, 2020
when i realized biden’s hat says “we just did” in response to “make america great again” that’s so genius— tay (@driversjdm) November 8, 2020
While Biden has been named the winner by many media outlets, Donald Trump, has flatly refused to concede defeat, making unfounded allegations the election was rigged due to voter fraud.
Trump has come under increasing pressure from within his own Republican party.
Even former President George W Bush urged Trump to admit his defeat adding the election had been "fundamentally fair".
Bush said: "No matter how you voted, your vote counted. President Trump has the right to request recounts and pursue legal challenges, and any unresolved issues will be properly adjudicated.
"The American people can have confidence that this election was fundamentally fair, its integrity will be upheld, and its outcome is clear."
Biden and his running mate Harris will be sworn in as president and vice president at the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C. on January 20, 2021.
Despite Trump's refusal to concede defeat, Biden declared victory on Saturday, November 7.
Trump's sons have demanded a "manual recount" of the vote and wife Melania has urged him not to concede defeat.
President Trump can still run again in 2024 despite losing in 2020 to his Democrat rival.
The 22nd amendment states a president cannot be elected more than twice but does not specify that the terms must be held consecutively.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and has been republished with permission.
Originally published as Key detail you missed on Biden's cap