Just PERFECT: There’s a Glaring Spelling Error On Donald Trump’s Official Inauguration Print
Let’s be honest: We’ve already established that Donald Trump can’t spell. We know that his White House staff can’t spell. We even know, as of this past weekend, that the newly Betsy DeVos-helmed U.S. Department of Education can’t spell.
So, with that said, and with the knowledge that the Trump White House built its foundation almost exclusively on those with an active hatred of all that elitist book learning, maybe the image below, the official Donald Trump Inauguration Print, makes perfect sense.
Perhaps nothing could better represent this man and his administration than, well, just take a close look at that quote. Is this a simple typo? A joke? A clever dig at Trump from the folks at the Library of Congress? Did they copy his own words, exactly as written —one assumes, from a tweet?
Honestly, who the hell knows. Just sit back and marvel at how far we are through the looking glass and into this world of damn-near hallucinatory stupidity.
The quote reads:
“No dream is too big, no challenge is to great. Nothing we want for the future is beyond our reach. —Donald J. Trump.
I’m kind of blissfully enjoying it at this point. Aren’t you, to?