Donald Trump’s official inauguration poster features embarrassing spelling mistake


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An official poster of President Trump, showing a quote from his inauguration speech, has been removed from sale since it was found to have a very important mistake.

The poster, was up for sale on the Library of Congress website, bearing the lines: “No dream is too big, no challenge is to great. Nothing we want for the future is beyond our reach.”

Commenters on social media were quick to pick up on the mistaken ‘to’:

https://twitter.com/noclador/status/830960515480481792

The poster was created by John Rupert, a designer for Celebrating America. The New York Daily News noted that his website “features the same Donald Trump portrait, but unlike the Library of Congress’ version, it’s grammatically correct and a tad cheaper.”

The page listing the print was removed from the Library of Congress website on Sunday evening. Before being withdrawn the 8″ x 10″ print was listed at $16.95.

A 2015 study by a proofreading software company found that admirers of Donald Trump, compared with supporters of other presidential candidates, had the worst grammar and spelling.




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