The first thing you’ll notice in the new year is a sense of calm, a sense that everything has been managed well.

There will be lots of hats.

There’s no more hat-wearing.

You’ll be able to buy hats in the stores you shop at.

You won’t have to wear a hat for your own good.

The Trump administration has declared it’s time for a new, more inclusive era of fashion.

The first things you’ll see in the post Trump era are hats.

In 2017, hats have been banned from public spaces.

It’s the first time that hats have become a political issue.

They are also not allowed to be worn outside the confines of a church.

In 2018, the head of the US military, General James Mattis, said in an interview with CBS that he would not allow soldiers to wear “hat-waving paraphernalia” at military funerals.

The ban on hats has been enforced by the US Army since September 2017.

The head of US military intelligence, General Michael Flynn, also said in a recent interview that he had not personally received any such instructions.

But it was widely reported in the media that Trump’s transition team was considering ordering troops to wear hats for a few weeks, which would allow Trump to win over many voters who might not normally support his campaign.

The hats, in a sense, represent the Trump era’s first major political victory, said David Boaz, a professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire.

Trump is a populist who campaigned on a populist platform, he is a billionaire who has made billions selling the illusion of economic success, and the hat is a symbol of that.

Boaz said hats are the perfect symbol of Trump’s campaign message of economic patriotism.

Trump has used hats in campaign commercials.

The campaign hats and campaign signage for Trump rallies have been the same: a red “Make America Great Again” hat with a white cap and a yellow-and-red star.

Boiz says hats are a way to connect the Trump campaign with its base.

The Republican base has become increasingly critical of the administration’s handling of the Russia investigation.

Bozzers said hats represent a more powerful way to communicate to the base that this administration is taking their concerns seriously and doing something about it.

The hat also serves to highlight a new phenomenon that has come to be called the Trump Effect.

The phenomenon is the widespread perception among Trump supporters that the administration is not taking their complaints seriously enough.

Bozers said there’s also a sense among Trump hat-makers that the Trump hat movement has grown to become an industry.

“It’s been a lot of fun, and it’s been good for me to see this boom in hat making,” he said.

Trump hat manufacturers are a diverse group, and hats for men and women are available from a variety of manufacturers.

Some have manufacturing jobs in manufacturing, but others make hats and other products for retail and service industries.

Boagas work as a designer for the company he founded, The Boag, which makes hats for brands like Gap, Macy’s, and J.


In fact, he has a personal connection to a lot the hats being made by the companies he works for.

In 2005, he and his wife founded the company that makes the hats that sell at Macy’s.

His wife’s sister works at the company, and Boag’s niece owns the company.

The Boags are also a part of a growing trend among American companies to hire women to be their top designers.

In 2016, The American Apparel Association, a trade group that represents American retailers, announced that it would be supporting a women-owned clothing line in 2018.

The industry group is also supporting a nationwide effort by retailers to hire more women designers.

Boags job in the industry has been an interesting one.

He says he has been asked by several clients to create hats that are “inclusive,” but that is a phrase he doesn’t often use.

The idea of making a hat that is not only inclusive, but that also represents the people who are in it is something that has always been there.

Boa is also interested in what it means for a person’s life to wear an American flag hat.

It may seem like an odd choice, but Boag says he’s noticed a shift in people wearing the hats as part of patriotic and patriotic holidays.

“There’s been an incredible amount of pressure to wear the flag at patriotic holidays,” Boag said.

“The people who have made hats for years, and who I’ve seen make hats for presidents and for military and national security officials, they want to show they care.

They want to make their hats more welcoming, more welcoming to people who might have a different viewpoint, and to people of color.”

Boag and Boaz have seen the reaction to the hat movement in their own businesses.

Boaggs daughter works