A Pennsylvania teen was left fuming after his 'Trump Make America Great Again' cap was blurred out in a photograph used in his school's yearbook.
Jeremy Gebhart, 16, and his friend wore red hats with the 45th president's name on it for Littlestown High School's spirit week last October.
But when the yearbook was printed the student discovered that the motif with the slogan Donald Trump brought back to popularity during his 2016 election campaign had been edited out.
'We were like they blurred our hats out!' Gebhart told Fox 43. Adding: 'I just think that whoever did this doesn’t like Trump.'
'I just think he wants to help our country and I think he is. Everybody has a first amendment right to have freedom of speech, and they're allowed to think what they want, say what they want, but they're not able to take it away from other people.'
The child's mother is also furious that the logos were erased in the picture.
Although her son isn't old enough to vote, the mother says she was 'infuriated' because he was simply showing support for the American leader in his way.
The mother points out that wearing a MAGA cap is 'not doing anything illegal'.
'It's very upsetting, someone did this on purpose to blur out that Trump logo and make their own statement,' Lorraine said. 'It is OK to disagree with peoples' views but what's not OK is taking your freedom of speech and using it to take away someone else's.'