Donald Trump’s official inauguration poster has a glaring typo, but then again it’s perfect for a president who watches TV for his news because he can’t read.
The Library of Congress pulled the poster, which read: “No dream is too big, no challenge is to [sic] great. Nothing we want for the future is beyond our reach.”
And then there’s this in a NYT article about the turmoil at the National Security Council:
And while Mr. Obama liked policy option papers that were three to six single-spaced pages, council staff members are now being told to keep papers to a single page, with lots of graphics and maps.
“The president likes maps,” one official said.