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Joe Biden's New Hat Has The Ultimate 'Make America Great Again' Clap Back

On Saturday, November 7, the United States of America voted in a new President. Now, Joe Biden and his wife, Jill will be moving into the White House. 

Biden, remembered previously as Vice President to Obama, is no stranger to life at the White House.

On Saturday, Jill Biden posted a photo on Twitter of the two smiling after having won the election. If you look closely, Biden is wearing a hat that says "we just did." The hat could very well be in response to Trump's slogan, "Make America Great Again." 

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The photo shows the couple holding up a sign that says “Dr. & Vice President Biden Live Here.”

Jill is using her hand to cover the word “Vice.” Even from beneath her mask you can see that she has a huge smile.

The internet has absolutely blown the tweet up with more than 70,000 retweets. 

The digital world has taken several things and made them their own over the course of the election. 

For example, Trump's "VERY STRANGE" comment blew up and ended up having a life of its own. 

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On Tuesday, March 16, eight people were shot and killed in Atlanta spas in an act of hate directly targeting women of Asian descent

Two days after the shootings, President Joe Biden has issued an order that American flags be flown at half-staff in honor of the victims who lost their lives.

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The two spoke face-to-face for the first time as leaders (alongside President Joe Biden) last week, although the meeting was virtual due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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