White Houses New Title For Betsy DeVos Will Make You Cringe
This morning, during the Trump administration’s first Easter Egg Roll, President Donald Trump embarrassed himself and the entire country when he failed to put his hand over his heart during the national anthem.
First Lady Melania Trump and son Barron attended the event, and thank goodness, because someone had to remind Trump to at least *act* presidential and to show a little bit of respect during the playing of the anthem.
But that blatant disrespect of the country’s national anthem was far from the only blunder. Later on, the official White House Snapchat account carried on the trend of acting like a national embarrassment when it posted a photo of Secretary of Education Betsy Devos with a misspelled caption.
Apparently, for those who saw the Snapchat, Devos got a new position.
The following photo was posted on Monday afternoon to the White House Snapchat story with the caption: “Secretary of Educatuon Betsy Devos.”
In fact, it seems like some kind of Freudian slip, given the fact that Devos is grossly unqualified for the position and essentially bought it for herself.
Of course, if you look at the White House’s Snapchat story now, you won’t find the photo.
Officials seemingly noticed the mistake and deleted it shortly after it was tweeted, however, several reporters noticed the typo and captured screenshots before subsequently posting them to Twitter.
MSNBC’s Kyle Griffin tweeted the following photo:
‘The official White House Snapchat page just called Betsy Devos ‘Secretary of Educatuon’.
The official White House Snapchat page just called Betsy DeVos ‘Secretary of Educatuon’. pic.twitter.com/XKD18VvLyq
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) April 17, 2017
Twitter users lost no time to call out the Trump administration for their gross incompetence.
Some of the best responses are as follows:
@kylegriffin1 Maybe they wanted to go with “Egg-ducation” and couldn’t agree on a pun
— Jared Rizzi (@JaredRizzi) April 17, 2017
— It’s Zeke! (@robertlitvak) April 17, 2017
— Jeremy Pond (@JeremyPond) April 17, 2017
— Lyn Michelle (@lyn_cade) April 17, 2017
Others questioned if anyone in the Trump administration is even able to spell:
— Maggie Jordan: (@MaggieJordanACN) April 17, 2017
Some, however, saw the typo as a secret message to the resistance:
— Rebecca (@Rebecca110513) April 17, 2017