Donald Trump has made some embarrassing and ridiculous mistakes since he first began running for the presidency and during his time in office. Covfefe, anyone?
Today, however, the Trump family made one of the most obvious and embarrassing mistakes imaginable, even for them.
Today, December 7, 1941, is a day for honoring the 1,171 men and women who died during the attack by Japan that began the United States’ involvement in World War II. The attack was unexpected and its occurrence on U.S. soil made it a day that will live in infamy in the hearts of Americans forever.
Apparently, however, the date is not one that is particularly memorable for the current first lady.
Not only is the mistake offensive to the family members and descendants of every soldier killed on that fateful day, it also begs a particularly disturbing questioning: who in the name of all that is holy is running this administration and it’s related Twitter accounts?
Is it Donald Trump? His lawyer? An assistant or spokesperson? Some random idiot unconcerned with leading the U.S. to war? No one is sure anymore.
Whomever it is, they do not know the date of one of the most infamous attacks on U.S. soil in the nation’s history.
Twitter caught the mistake and collectively groaned at its ridiculousness.
Featured image via Twitter by @FLOTUS