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No, it's not a sign of the Illuminati.
Members of Donald Trump's inside circle have been sporting a triangular lapel pin - sending the internet in a flurry of speculation over what it means.
Eagle-eyed viewers stoked rumors of secret societies, while others pointed out the pin's resemblance to the pink triangle initially used by Nazis to identify homosexuals before it was reclaimed as a symbol of gay pride.
It turns out the pin was handed out by the Secret Service to identify those who are allowed to pass through the security surrounding the president-elect, the New York Post reported.
People were quick to notice the pins, seen on Trump's former campaign managers Paul Manafort and Corey Lewandowski during the campaign trail.
The pin, which grants Trump's inner circle the mobility to pass through security as they please, appears to be working well, since it's still being worn about a year after it first appeared.