Trump’s Inaugural Fireworks Spelled ‘USR’ Not ‘USA:’ Twitter Explodes

Trump’s Inaugural Fireworks Spelled ‘USR’ Not ‘USA:’ Twitter Explodes
WikiImages / Pixabay

A pre-inauguration welcome party on Thursday for incoming U.S. President Donald Trump included a spectacular fireworks display, but it proved to be a real issue for users online. The fireworks left viewers open-mouthed when instead of “USA,” the sky glittered with a three-letter word which looked more like “USR.” This goof-up triggered a wave of jokes on Twitter.

When ‘USA’ looked like ‘USR’

The pre-inaugural concert in Washington, D.C. concluded with a traditional fireworks display filling the skies over the Lincoln Memorial with the American flag and three huge letters. All was going well until the three letters, which were meant to be “USA” but looked more like “USR.” Thereafter, the web exploded with screenshots and pictures of the fireworks fail, accompanied with jokes.

This Multi-Billion Dollar Energy Fund Is Benefitting From The Recent Market Volatility [Exclusive And In-Depth]

EnergyHITE Hedge's alpha-only funds returned 0.62% for the second quarter, bringing their first-half returns for 2022 to 8.5%. The funds have grown their assets under management to more than $725 million as of Aug. 1. The firm has added about $200 million in assets since the beginning of the year, moving it closer to its Read More

Some users suggested that it was all a prank by the fireworks crew. The majority, however, played around with the idea that