Trump Says Spanish Phrase “e pluribus unum” Doesn’t Belong On Challenge Coin

Among the many things notable about President Trump’s new challenge coin — which was thought to be designed by son Barron until people remembered he is eleven not three — is the removal of the traditional United States motto.

The coin, which features bountiful amounts of gold and Donald Trump’s name in bold lettering, replaces “e pluribus unum” with his trademark MAGA slogan.

Attempts to explain to the President that the iconic phrase is Latin for “out of many, one” merely bolstered Trump’s resolve to dispense with it.

“Yes, Latino. That’s what I said!”

Trump then went further, saying he wants to eradicate all signage not in English during the coming year.

“The only language I want to see and hear in the United States is the one that was created here.”

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5 Comments on "Trump Says Spanish Phrase “e pluribus unum” Doesn’t Belong On Challenge Coin"

  1. Satire people Satire.

  2. Barbara Stanyer | December 24, 2017 at 11:50 am | Reply

    Spanish? Guess he never studied Latin in prestigous Ivy League schools.

  3. Well I guess the language first created in America would be one of many Indian tribes or Spanish in the south west. I don’t believe English was even spoken in those days.

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