We now know who designed that fake presidential seal that was on display behind President Trump when he addressed a conservative youth group earlier this week.
The fake seal featured a double-eagle, like the one used on the Russian crest. Instead of clutching arrows and olive branches, the fake seal showed a bird grabbing dollar bills and golf clubs. And E pluribus unum was replaced with "45 is a puppet" in Latin.
Graphic designer Charles Leazott made the logo in 2016 and didn't know it was going to be used.
Since the news went public, he's been flooded with requests for merchandise and is rushing to fulfill orders.
The Washington Post first broke the story and has more background about the seal here.
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