“As we speak is Dday,” Spicer wrote on Twitter. “It solely lives in infamy if we bear in mind and share the story of sacrifice with the following era #DDay.”
Sean Spicer’s botched tweet.
D-Day celebrates the Allied forces’ invasion of France’s Normandy coast on June 6, 1944, resulting in an eventual victory over Nazi Germany. It’s a far cry from Dec. 7, 1941, which is memorialized yearly on Dec. 7 as Nationwide Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day or just Pearl Harbor Day. President Franklin D. Roosevelt referred to as Dec. 7, 1941, a “date which will live in infamy.”
Spicer deleted his put up and apologized for the mix-up. However the man who parroted Trump’s lies in regards to the crowd dimension at his inauguration and performed in fluorescent green on “Dancing with the Stars” ought to know the web by no means forgets: