Twitter has not forgotten about the "State of the Uniom" spelling flub
On January 9th, 2018, President Trump will stand before the nation, like all presidents before him, and deliver the State of the Union Address — or rather, we should call it, the “State of the Uniom” because that’s what the tickets to the event read. Yes, uniom, as in, not a real English word.
Things move so quickly in this administration that if you dwell on one obstruction of justice for too long, you’ll miss the five others that happened by the end of the day. In case you missed the latest covfefe, official tickets to the State of the Union Address referred to it as a “Uniom Address.” We can’t technically blame Trump or anyone else in the executive branch for this snafu because the tickets were printed by the Office of the Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper, which is basically the administrative department of the U.S. Senate.
CNN confirms that the tickets are being reprinted, but that can’t undo the damage that was already done. Photos of the messy invites began to circulate on social media on January 29th, 2018.
Because this news broke last night, it’s reasonable to expect that we’d move onto the next thing, whatever that terror might be. However, Twitter has not forgotten. If you tune in tonight to watch Trump’s address, never forget that it was once the State of the *Uniom*.
Okay but this one takes the cake.
There has been no better application of that image of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama laughing their asses off than this one.