White House misspells American Samoa for American Sonoma in pool report

It looks like Sonoma County is getting White House attention—on an account of a misspelling.On Tuesday, the White House released a pool report that included names of attorney generals who met with President Trump. However, Twitter user Dino Grandoni (@dino_grandoni)...

White House misspells American Samoa for American Sonoma in pool report

It looks like Sonoma County is getting White House attention—on an account of a misspelling.On Tuesday, the White House released a pool report that included names of attorney generals who met with President Trump. However, Twitter user Dino Grandoni (@dino_grandoni)...

28 February 2017 Tuesday 19:07
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White House misspells American Samoa for American Sonoma in pool report

It looks like Sonoma County is getting White House attention—on an account of a misspelling.

On Tuesday, the White House released a pool report that included names of attorney generals who met with President Trump. However, Twitter user Dino Grandoni (@dino_grandoni) was quick to point out that what was meant to be “America Samoa” was misspelled as “American Sonoma.” The tweet has gained several hundred likes within the first hour it was posted.

Grandoni also noted another error in the report. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman did not attend Tuesday’s meeting according to a tweet by his Press Secretary Amy Spitalnick, but the White House said he did in the same report.

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