In case you missed it, last Friday White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer caused widespread internet concern when he began a conference with an upside-down American flag pin.
We’re here to clear numerous theories developed as to why he was calling for help. It was our fault.
We feel badly because Mr. Spicer had obviously read January’s list of lapel pins dos-and-don’ts and followed it to the letter. What we neglected to say in that blog post was that lapel pins should be right-side up at all times. This, combined with possible manufacturing defects in his flag pin collection, impelled him to write a letter of apology:
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