Folks on social media knocked it out of the park after the White House website misspelled the Boston Red Sox as the “Red Socks” ahead of Thursday’s team visit.
The World Series champion baseball team’s trip already faced heightened media coverage after nearly all of the Red Sox’s players of color announced they would not attend in protest of President Donald Trump’s administration.
A White House email with a transcript of Trump’s remarks further compounded matters when it erroneously identified the team as the “World Cup Series Champions.”
People on Twitter stepped up to the plate to troll the administration over the goofs, including former White House photographer Pete Souza:
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