The national flag of the United States has the gold fringe when displayed behind Trump as shown in the photo above.
The gold fringe is not part of the American flag known as the Stars and Stripes. Under the International Law on Flags, a gold fringe indicates the jurisdiction of the British Maritime or Admiralty Law and in the U.S., as the Uniform Commercial Code [UCC]. A gold fringed flag means suspension of captives’ constitutional rights.
Based on the United States Code, Title 18 B7, the
Admiralty Jurisdiction is applicable to the following locations (goo.gl/SF5B43):
1) the high seas
2) any American ship
3) any lands reserved or acquired for the use of the United States, and under the exclusive jurisdiction or concurrent jurisdiction thereof, or any place purchased or otherwise acquired by the United States by consent of the legislature of the state. In other words, mainland America.
As shown by Trump’s picture above, the gold fringe along the American flag’s borders or which surrounds the flag signifies the United States of America in captivity and under the exclusive jurisdiction of Great Britain.