White House Hilariously Makes Spelling Gaffe Ahead of Boston Red Sox Team Visit
JC News|May. 09, 2019
Looks like White House personnel aren't big baseball fans, after making this glaring blunder when announcing the Boston Red Sox team visit.
Surely, Mr. Trump won't be pleased when he realizes he's welcoming the Red Sox instead of a group of red socks.
Yes, this statement actually read, "President Trump Welcomes the 2018 World Series Champions The Boston Red Socks to the White House."
Red Socks. Seriously? Somebody is losing their job over this one. And based on the way this administration operates, that job will stay vacant for 18 months.
As if there wasn't enough bad blood between the franchise and President Trump. There are already several players who will not attend the visit due to racial tensions, causing a bit of a divide within the Red Sox (spelled correctly) organization. Among those who have decided not to visit Washington D.C. include the following: Mookie Betts, Xander Bogaerts, David Price, Jackie Bradley Jr., Rafael Devers, Christian Vazquez, and Hector Velazquez.
Even manager Alex Cora will forgo the visit.
If you are going to invite theWorld Series Champions over, could you at least check to make sure the name is spelled right?
Whatever the case, the error was corrected by 9:00 AM on Thursday morning, but not before all of Twitter got ahold of it.
Better luck next time, Donald.