Library Of Congress Pulls Donald Trump’s Portrait Due To A Grammatical Error!

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As evidenced by his Twitter account, grammar isn’t really Donald Trump‘s strong suit.

And apparently, the inability to write a cohesive sentence is trickling down to the rest of the White House!

Over the weekend, an inauguration portrait of the President was removed from the Library of Congress store after Twitter users pointed out a glaring typo!

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The pulled poster features a beaming Trump with a quote from his inauguration printed over his chest — but one of the four lines has a grammatical error that even George W. Bush would have been able to point out!

The misspelt quote read:

“No dream is too big, no challenge is to [sic] great. Nothing we want for the future is beyond our reach.”

The Library of Congress quietly removed the item from their site on Sunday night after several Twitter users mocked the spelling error:

Well, it certainly does capture the essence of our great leader!

Thank god Betsy DeVos was hired, because the White House desperately needs a spelling lesson from the Education Department.

Oh wait, they’re dumb af over there to too├óΓé¼┬ª nvm.

[Image via Library Of Congress/Twitter.]

Feb 13, 2017 12:45pm PDT

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