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At least they’ll never go hungry?
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.”
— Matthew Levitt (@Levitt_Matt) May 22, 2017
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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