On Monday, journalists on Twitter noted something odd about tickets to tomorrow's State of the Union — that the term "union" was misspelled as "uniom."
As the Washington Examiner's Laura Barrón-López noted, two Democrat aides said Republicans may have to recall the tickets due to the misspelling.
This isn't the first time a Trump-related typo has made waves. After President Donald Trump fired former FBI director James Comey last year, his lawyer issued an error-laden statement that included the term "president" misspelled as "predisent."
UPDATE 5:50 PM EST:
According to Fox News' Chad Pergram, the House's Sergeant at Arms is recalling and reprinting the "several dozen" misspelled tickets.
Several dozen tickets printed to Trump's State of the Union address with misprint. Reads "admit the bearer to the “… https://t.co/AZCBCMH8fr— Chad Pergram (@Chad Pergram) 1517265770.0
Check out multiple iterations of the misspelled ticket below.
Republicans may have to recall all State of the Union tickets because they say "Uniom" not "Union," per two Dem aid… https://t.co/SS3ECvFof7— Laura Barrón-López (@Laura Barrón-López) 1517256297.0
This sums up the @realDonaldTrump presidency #Uniom https://t.co/fCDZPC2DNE— Lisa Geller, MPH (@Lisa Geller, MPH) 1517256074.0
Oh please... https://t.co/fBndKAPPXD— Lisa Quigley (@Lisa Quigley) 1517255016.0
Notice anything wrong with this ticket to the SOTU? (ps I will be covering for @NY1 ) #SOTU2018 https://t.co/kqfsXMKHf8— Josh Robin (@Josh Robin) 1517255119.0