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    The US President and the First Lady paid a visit to kids in a hospital in Ohio as a part of the White House campaign against opioid crisis. However, the meeting has made a splash in a wrong direction, as netizens busted Trump’s alleged unconventional version of the “Stripes and Stars” banner.

    Donald Trump has been trolled on Twitter for adding a blue stripe onto the US state banner instead of a red one. The photo, which gave many users a good laugh, has been posted on Secretary of the US Health Department Alex Azar’s account.  The official travelled along with the US President and his wife Melania to Ohio.

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    The trip was dedicated to fighting the opioid crisis, which has been proclaimed one of the priorities of the current administration. However, the official agenda was outshined online by a meeting with kids in a local hospital. The first couple sat with children and colored pictures of US flags, among others.

    ​The picture, lying by the US president had a blue stripe, which triggered a storm on Twitter, as some assumed that Donald Trump mixed up the flag colors.

    ​A picture of Trump, coloring the Stripes wrong also emerged, giving Twitter users something to tear into.

    ​Others suggested embracing a new flag.

    ​Some referred to investigation into the alleged collusion between Trump’s campaign and Russia during the 2016 elections, claiming the photo proved it.

    ​Others, however, defended Trump, pointing out the whole matter was petty.


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