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The smallest things can change the course of history.
And in an effort to end decades of conflict between Israel and Palestine, President Donald Trump may have instead kicked off a global effort to end world hunger.
What’s that, you say? How? How is that even possible?
Well, no idea, fam, because the “e” and the “h” on a keyboard ain’t all that close. But in a press release about his upcoming visit to Israel, Trump’s team said that, instead of “lasting peace,” they will seek “lasting peach.”
Also, there’s a whole other typo in there as well. In the very first line (Israeli’s). The president, the possessive, and the peach. It could be a kid’s book one day.
There were lots of tweets about lasting peach, but this one was the funniest.
@josh_zeitlin any lasting two-state solution must include eggplant AND peach— Tucker Cholvin (@tuckerhimself) May 22, 2017
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