'You literally just have to Google it': Internet drags Trump for botching FDR's 'Infamy Speech' in Pearl Harbor tweet
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Donald Trump on Thursday marked the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, posting a seemingly innocuous tweet that attempted to quote Franklin D. Roosevelt’s famous “Infamy Speech.”

Unfortunately, the actual quote from FDR remembers December 7, 1941 as “a date which will live in infamy”—not “day that”—and, as many Internet users pointed out, a cursory Google search would have clarified those words.

Crooked Media’s Brian Beutler was dismayed to know that the President of the United States “can’t even quote one of the most famous sentences ever spoken in American history correctly,” while Washington correspondent for the Toronto Star Daniel Dale explained Trump’s phrasing as actually a “common Internet misquote.”

Read some more reactions below:

Shortly after Trump flubbed the quote, First Lady Melania Trump likewise got the date wrong:

All the best people.