Donald Trump Coloured the American Flag Wrong! View Pics of US President Drawing With Children in Hospital
Donald Trump Coloured the American Flag Wrong (Photo Credits: @SecAzar/ Twitter)

The 45th President of the United States of America, Donald Trump visited a children’s hospital in Ohio was photographed colouring the national flag with the kids around. Along with First Lady Melania Trump and Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar Trump can be seen spending times with the kids around, drawing and colouring. Turns out that, he coloured it wrong. Oops! The US President added a blue stripe to an outline of the star-spangled banner, right where it should not be. It was highlighted by Azar on Twitter, presumably unintentionally when he tweeted the photos from the event. And our tweeple were amused and in no time went mocking Trump. TIME Magazine's Creative Cover Series Show US President Donald Trump Being Submerged in Water in Oval Office. 

America’s flag is one of the most popular ones on the planet, but for whatever reason, the country’s President could not really figure out. As you know the flag is indeed red, white and blue; the 13 stripes which represent the 13 British colonies that declared their independence and became the USA’s first states in 1776 are only red and white. The blue appears behind the flag’s 50 starts (one for each state), in the rectangle in its top-left corner. Why Is there Talk of U.S. President Donald Trump’s Impeachment?

Here, check out the US President’s major blooper!

Naturally, Twitter was quick to pick up the error.

Trump had a supporter too who thought, his intention was to respect the American cops.

But even he got backlashed!

Trump had been criticised in several cases and was even accused of hypocrisy after is attacks on the American National Football League (NFL) players for failing to respect the flag and kneel for the national anthem before the games. It is possible that in the recent act, Trump may have been correcting a mistake made by a child or he was just having fun or confused. Whatever the case was, it would have been a lot easier for Donald Trump to look at the American flag pin he was wearing on his own jacket.