Donald J. Trump welcomed the American nation with a “yuge” spelling mistake on his first day of being the President of the United States with a wrong tweet.
The billionaire quickly deleted the tweet, but as it turns out, he might have violated the law.
The nation’s tweeter-in-chief gets tweeting pangs all the time, and now that he has gained access to the POTUS account, how could he resist?
However, in all his excitement (read: ignorance), he posted a tweet informing people how honored he was with his new position. Tragically, the statement was marred with a spelling mistake.
The president was quick to correct his error and post a new tweet.
I am honored to serve you, the great American People, as your 45th President of the United States! pic.twitter.com/BVtt7lSrlA— President Trump (@POTUS) January 21, 2017
But social media wasted no time in making fun:
whoever joked that Donald Trump wouldn't know how to spell "honor" are, regrettably, 100% right— joe. (@NeoRaven) January 21, 2017
Millions are marching while Donald Trump Tweets--and doesn't know how to spell "honor." The Marmalade Messiah is off to a bad start. pic.twitter.com/vcH00Mgmcf— manic monkey mind (@manicmonkeymind) January 21, 2017
According to reports, Trump deleting the tweets from his official handle might violate the Presidential Records Act, which requires the preservation of presidential records.
Note to the business mogul: You cannot tweet casually, tag the wrong people and then delete those tweets from the official @POTUS account. This is not your @realdonaldtrump account that is made up of your rants, chaos, hate speeches and typos.
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