Inauguration day, we should all be wearing a hat.
It’s a timeless, timeless trend, one that is still relevant.
It has its roots in the 18th century, but it is now being embraced by a generation of young women.
We should be able to celebrate this moment with a hat that makes us feel like we are on the right side of history.
A hat that shows our country’s power.
A symbol that we all share in, a reminder that we are not all equal.
As a country that prides itself on diversity, it is important that we stand up for the human rights of all our citizens.
The hat has a history of making people feel like they are on a level playing field.
The hat is a symbol of our country.
We should celebrate that, not deny it.
A day of celebration in which to share the stories of our past, present and future, a day that is about being the best in the world, a hat with the power to represent us all.
I would like to take this opportunity to say thanks to all those who are wearing hats this day, and to all the people of our nation who have come together to make this a truly beautiful day.