President Trump’s official inauguration print, sold by the Library of Congress, had a glaring typo in it until it was removed late Sunday evening.
“No dream is too big, no challenge is to great. Nothing we want for the future is beyond our reach,” the print read.
The typo of “to great” instead of “too great” comes after a week of making similarly egregious mistakes in reports and on social media.
After releasing a list of 78 terror attacks around the world that the Trump administration claimed the media had ignored, reporters were quick to point out that the document was riddled with errors, such as repeatedly spelling attacker as attaker, and misspelling Denmark and San Bernardino.
Additionally, the Department of Education sent a tweet on Sunday honoring W.E.B. Du Bois for Black History Month but called him W.E.B. DeBois. President Trump’s Instagram account also celebrated Abraham Lincoln’s birthday Sunday with a quote wrongly attributed to the 16th president.