Politics Trump slightly misquotes FDR's famous speech and Melania cites the wrong date on the anniversary of Pearl Harbor

22:35  07 december  2017
22:35  07 december  2017 Source:   businessinsider.com

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Trump slightly misquotes FDR ' s famous speech and Melania cites the wrong date on the anniversary In his speech marking the attack on Pearl Harbor , FDR spoke of "a date which will live in infamy." NOW WATCH: Here's what 'Narcos' and 'Sicario' get right and wrong about drug cartels.

President Donald Trump slightly misquoted one of President Franklin D . Roosevelt ’ s best-known speeches in a tweet commemorating the anniversary of the Pearl Harbour attack. “National Pearl Harbour Remembrance Day – ‘A day that will live in infamy!’

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  • Both President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump made small errors on tweets commemorating the attack on Pearl Harbor.
  • Thursday is the 76th anniversary of the attack that launched the US's involvement in World War II.

President Donald Trump slightly misquoted one of former President Franklin Roosevelt's most famous speeches in a tweet commemorating the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack.

"National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day - 'A day that will live in infamy!' December 7, 1941," Trump tweeted on Thursday morning.

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President Donald Trump slightly misquoted one of former President Franklin Roosevelt ' s most famous speeches in a tweet commemorating the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. "National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day - 'A day that will live in infamy!'

In his speech marking the attack on Pearl Harbor, FDR called it "a date which will live in infamy."

Thursday is the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, a Japanese assault on a US naval base that resulted in the deaths of 2,402 Americans, numerous injuries, and the sinking of four battleships.

The first lady, Melania Trump, also made a small mistake in a tweet commemorating the anniversary.

"Today we honor Pearl Harbor Heroes. 11/7/1941 Thank you to all military for your courage and sacrifice!," Melania Trump tweeted Thursday.

11/7/1941 is November 7, 1941. The correct way to write the Pearl Harbor attack's date is 12/7/1941.

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