If Donald Trump wants to create more jobs for Americans, maybe he should start with some editors so that typos don’t occur as often as the sun comes up each day.
There’s the Abe Lincoln quote debacle, and then the embarrassing WEB DuBois error.
But this one is particularly egregious because it’s from the Library of Congress, the world’s largest library located in Washington, D.C., that was featuring a poster of President Donald Trump in its online store complete with a misspelled quote.
As the Library of Congress explains, the print is intended to capture the essence of Donald Trumps campaign for the presidency of the United States.
And ironically, it managed to do that by including a basic grammatical typo.
To, too, two. It can get confusing, sure, but this is kind of an important thing.
Naturally Twitter lit up like a Christmas tree.
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