In spite of having legions of supposedly educated staff, Donald Trump’s official inauguration portrait poster featured a glaringly obvious typo
Donald Trump isn’t known as a man of words. His somewhat nutty Twitter posts are dominated by exclamation marks and repetition – “Beautiful! Beautiful!” – but what surprised many at the weekend was that, in spite of having a staff of around 400 in the White House, his newly published official inauguration poster featured a typographical error.
Sold on the Library of Congress’s website, the portrait of the 45th President of the United States of America read:
“No dream is too big, no challenge is to great. Nothing we want for the future is beyond our reach”.
None of Trump’s staff noticed that “to” should have been “too” – in spite of the word being correctly used in the first instance – and though every rational person on the planet believes Trump has already gone “too far”, this boo-boo was definitely “too, too much”.
The page selling the print has now been removed.
I am waiting for Rod to arrive and show more text dominated by exclamation marks. I spelt “to” correctly above, and another dose of Rod would be too much.