Trump Gets FDR Quote Wrong On Pearl Harbor Day

Donald Trump showed why this White House is most definitely not run by the best people, as he managed to misquote FDR’s famous speech after the attack on Pearl Harbor on Pearl Harbor Day.

Trump tweeted:

The actual quote from the speech is, “Yesterday, December 7, 1941—a date which will live in infamy—the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.”

It is just a word, but it highlights Trump lack of detail in everything that he does. The President is shallow and so unconcerned with accuracy that he tweets things out without checking their truth or accuracy. Donald Trump could be one of the least intelligent people to ever hold the presidency, but what is more dangerous than his lack of intellect is Trump’s reckless lack of attention to detail.

You don’t have to be bright to be responsible, and there has never been a more irresponsible person in the White House. Trump can’t get a tweet about Pearl Harbor right, so no one should expect him to have any ability to solve the nation’s real problems.

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