After gems like Covfefe, President Donald Trump’s team is here with the newest typo of 2018 — Uniom.
As Trump is all set to give his first State of the Union address, the tickets for the event have already created quite a stir on the internet for a hilarious typo that was spotted on Twitter. They printed “State of the Uniom” instead of State of the Union on all the tickets and this was pointed out on Twitter by Raul M Grijalva — a Democrat politician.
Posting the picture of the ticket, he wrote, “Just received my ticket for the State of the Union. Looks like @BetsyDeVosEd was in charge of spell checking… #SOTUniom.” The tweet garnered a lot of attention and people couldn’t stop wondering how can one get such a simple thing wrong.
Here’s the typo ticket in all its glory:
— Raul M. Grijalva (@RepRaulGrijalva) January 29, 2018
And obviously, once something is on the Internet, Twitter can’t let it go without posting a series of hilarious puns/memes:
Republicans may have to recall all State of the Union tickets because they say “Uniom” not “Union,” per two Dem aides. pic.twitter.com/FosSnznIHp
— Laura Barrón-López (@lbarronlopez) January 29, 2018
Have to miss the State of Uniom. Going to covfefe in Nambia and Normay
— Luisa Haynes (@wokeluisa) January 29, 2018
You had ome job!!!
— Elizabeth F Cohen (@alixabeth) January 29, 2018
State of the Uniom, for the country of Nambia, perhaps. Or maybe Normay.
— Loco in NoCo (@LongsPeak14259) January 30, 2018
The state of the uniom is strong.
— Max Temkin (@MaxTemkin) January 29, 2018
Doesn’t State of The “Uniom” perfectly encapsulate the Trump Presidency?
A simple mistake leading to national embarrassment followed by a motley clean-up crew, who if they had just paid a tiny bit closer attention, could have avoided all the headache in the first place.
— Nathan H. Rubin (@NathanHRubin) January 30, 2018
Looking forward to tomorrow’s State of the Uniom. pic.twitter.com/xdBUU3Pvo5
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) January 29, 2018
Excited for the State of the Uniom pic.twitter.com/DShjjG6uDi
— Jonathan Mergy (@jmergy) January 30, 2018
Probably will cost us the tax payers $$$$ for the reprints.
— Lillian Varin (@lil_varin) January 30, 2018