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Trump Inauguration Poster With Typo Causes Much Ado Over 'to'

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By    |   Monday, 13 Feb 2017 11:40 AM

President Donald Trump's official inauguration poster offered by the Library of Congress had a noticeable typo on it, where the word "to" was printed instead of the word "too," and, of course, that set off a reaction on social media.

A quote from Trump was printed on the poster that read, "No dream is too big, no challenge is to great. Nothing we want for the future is beyond our reach," according to The Hill. The page selling the print was taken down Sunday evening.

That sparked various comments on Twitter.

 

 

"It was the latest in a series of grammatical gaffes that have bedeviled Trump and his nascent presidency," said Yaron Steinbuch of the New York Post. "The Education Department misspelled the name of W.E.B. Du Bois as 'W.E.B DeBois' on Twitter Sunday. The department then mangled its mea culpa as 'Our deepest apologizes.'

"A week ago, the White House released a list of 78 terror attacks, in which Denmark was spelled 'Denmakr' and San Bernardino was spelled 'San Bernadino.'"

The New York Daily News said the inaugural poster was credited to John Rupert, a designer for Celebrating America. Rupert's website has the same Trump poster, but with the correct grammar and for "a tad cheaper."

Rupert did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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President Donald Trump's official inauguration poster offered by the Library of Congress had a noticeable typo on it, where the word "to" was printed instead of the word "too," and, of course, that set off a reaction on social media.
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