Just earlier today we reported on the new “Trump Cards” — a plastic card similar to a credit card, bearing former President Donald Trump’s signature — that the Trump team appears to be peddling to Donald’s supporters via emails. In the end, the cards appear to be nothing more than yet another fundraising gimmick from the disgraced ex-president as he fights lawsuits and investigations from every angle now that he’s no longer protected by the presidency.
However, it looks as though whoever was put in charge of this new “Trump Card” effort doesn’t actually give too much of a care over the whole thing as, according to reports, one of the designs being advertised in the campaign emails has a blatant typo.
A new report from Business Insider reveals that one of the draft designs for the “official” Trump Cards currently being advertised by Donald’s “Save America” PAC actually misspells the word “official.”
The PAC has sent out two emails now advertising the red credit card style “Trump Cards,” featuring gold embossing.
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“The card you select will be carried by Patriots all around the Country,” one of the emails reads. “They will be a sign of your dedicated support to our movement to SAVE AMERICA, and I’m putting my full trust in you.”
A second email claims that the “Official Trump Cards” would “be reserved for President Trump’s STRONGEST supporters.”
“We recently met with the President in his Florida office and showed him four designs,” it reads. “Originally we were planning on releasing just one design, but when President Trump saw the cards on his desk, he said, ‘These are BEAUTIFUL. We should let the American People decide – they ALWAYS know best!'”
However, of the four different designs that were presented as options, one of them has the word “official” incorrectly spelled as “offical.”
Frankly, I wish we were making this up. But at the end of the day, when it comes to Donald Trump and his team, the jokes just write themselves.
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