Twitter Reacts to Possible Jab at the President
Changing society means a changing legacy to pass down. No longer will it be common to tell your grandchildren how you dealt with your first bully. Instead, we'll be telling our grandkids how we dealt with our first internet trolls.
And we dealt with our trolls like men! By hitting the Block button on Twitter...
Fortunately, we won't be alone in this endeavor. President Trump will be joining us in telling his youngest son, Barron, how he handled his legions of "online trolls." He'll explain to his son how he countered their facts with yelling in capital letters. Or, more recently, how he dealt with the trolls in the Library of Congress.
Here, you thought they were only responsible for preserving movies of a culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant value.
Movies like "2001: A Space Odyssey", "Back to the Future", and "Fredd Ott's Sneeze."
While this is probably just a typo and nothing more, it's the accompanying message that seems curious. Trump's official inauguration portrait was printed with a glaring typo. The quote in front of his portait read:
No dream is too big, no challenge is to great. Nothing we want for the future is beyond our reach — President Donald J. Trump
Anyone out of 5th grade would know they meant "...no challenge is TOO great." While it may have been an easy mistake to miss, the caption on the website may have made an important point.
Printed in the USA, this print captures the essence of Donald Trump's campaign for the presidency of the United States.
The "essence of Donald Trump's campaign." Even though the Library of Congress took down the mistaken image and fixed it, take with that what you will. Twitter most certainly did.
Check the next page to see what Twitter had to say about the mistake.