Trump just released typo-riddled statement celebrating Barbara Bush’s love for literacy

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In the aftermath of the passing of Barbara Bush, the former First Lady and mother to another U.S. president, many notable figures emerged to issue statements celebrating her life and achievements.

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While the Obamas and the Clintons managed to do so without controversy, the same, predictably, could not be said of the statement from President Donald Trump.

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In a statement that, among other accomplishments, touts Mrs. Bush’s advocacy for literacy, the president not only needlessly capitalized a random word – “Nation” – in the middle of his tweet, but also mistakenly records the date as April 17, 2017 in the official press release. While these errors aren’t dire, if you are the President of the United States and can’t manage to issue a statement of only a few sentences – inclusive of which is a celebration of literacy – without errors, that does not reflect well at all.

It seems that irony, too, died a tragic death today.

Brian Tyler Cohen

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Brian Tyler Cohen is a political writer, actor, and comedy sketch director. He graduated from Lehigh University with a dual degree in English and Business. He currently lives in Los Angeles.

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