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Journos Mock Trump For Font Size On U.S. Embassy Plaque

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Amber Athey White House Correspondent

Unwilling to let President Donald Trump take credit for anything, journalists and verified Twitter users are currently mocking the president for the font sizes on the new plaque on the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.

The plaque was unveiled during the opening ceremony of the new embassy in Jerusalem on Monday.

Josh Rogin, a Washington Post columnist, first noticed that Trump’s name is larger than “Jerusalem, Israel” on the plaque.

Others quickly pounced on the minor detail and tied it to Trump’s ego and brand.

The “story” is reminiscent of CNN’s report that Trump got two scoops of ice cream at White House meetings while everyone else got one.

Robbin Simmons, an Emmy-award winning TV anchor, even seemed to make a joke about the size of Trump’s genitalia.

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