The use of “to” or “too” in a sentence — people make the mistake all the time. But you would hope the folks in charge of producing the official President Trump inauguration portrait would know the difference.
Unfortunately, they did not.
The official poster offered by the Library of Congress contained a typo. The makers of the poster used “to” when they should have used “too” and social media was on fire last night over the mistake.
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The official poster that was available for sale at the Library of Congress’s website includes a quote from the president, but the quote from the president was printed incorrectly: “No dream is too big, no challenge is to great. Nothing we want for the future is beyond our reach.”
Here is just one example of the thousands of comments made about the error on Twitter:
(Print was not made, but is sold by the Library) pic.twitter.com/2527ojaxCP
— Thomas C. Theiner (@noclador) February 13, 2017
The website stopped selling the print late last night.
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