You see this is what I’m talking about, tickets for President Trump’s first official State of the Union address were printed with a typo, inviting the bearer of the ticket to the “State of the Uniom.” The Trump administration wasn’t the source of the error –it was the sergeant at arms in the House of Representatives. This caused what appeared to be a brief delay in distribution while new tickets were reprinted.
“It was corrected immediately, and our office is redistributing the tickets,” a sergeant at arms spokesperson told Agence France-Presse. Politico first took note of the misspelling, and social media, it will come as no surprise, had some fun with the mistake. Here are some of the responses:
Sen. Marco Rubio tweeted that he’s “looking forward to tomorrow’s State of the Uniom.”
One user asked, “On what metwork is tomorrow’s State of the Uniom Address?”
Dictionary.com also weighed in.
And, oh wait, before you reprint those tickets…”shouldn’t it be “Visitors’ Gallery” and not “Visitor’s Gallery” a few other Twitter users point out?