Last Updated Jan 30, 2018 12:05 PM EST
Tickets for President Trump's first officialwere printed with a typo, inviting the bearer of the ticket to the "State of the Uniom." The Trump administration wasn't the source of the error -- it was the sergeant at arms in the House of Representatives. This caused what appeared to be a brief delay in distribution while new tickets were reprinted.
"It was corrected immediately, and our office is redistributing the tickets," a sergeant at arms spokesperson told Agence France-Presse. Politico first took note of the misspelling, and social media, it will come as no surprise, had some fun with the mistake. Here are some of the responses:
Sen. Marco Rubio tweeted that he's "looking forward to tomorrow's State of the Uniom."
One user asked, "On what metwork is tomorrow's State of the Uniom Address?"
Dictionary.com also weighed in:
And, oh wait, before you reprint those tickets..."shouldn't it be "Visitors' Gallery" and not "Visitor's Gallery" a few other Twitter users point out?