Trump campaign sells $35 official puzzle with a major error… but can YOU tell what it is? – The Sun

DONALD Trump's campaign is selling a puzzle with a major error – but only the detailed eye may be able to spot it.

The limited-edition official puzzle released by his campaign was reportedly voted upon by his supporters, and is now being sold for $35 alongside other merchandise.

President Trump stands in a suit and red tie in front of an American flag, giving two thumbs up in the 200-piece puzzle image.

Although the image may look flawless, when looking closer, it becomes clear there's a major error: The American flag has only 44 stars instead of 50.

It also only has 12 stripes, instead of the 13 that appear on the flag.

Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Matthews confirmed to Raw Story that the picture was cropped on the left side, meaning it cut out six of the stars.

It was not explained why the puzzle image was cropped in that way.

The Official Donald Trump puzzle comes from the President's 2020 campaign.

President Trump's campaign announced the selection of the image in an email, Raw Story reported.

“We asked you to vote on which puzzle you’d like us to carry in the Official Trump Campaign Store,” the email said.

“Well, we’re happy to report that the votes are in and for the FIRST TIME EVER, we’re releasing a limited-edition Official Trump Puzzle.

"President Trump knows that you are one of his strongest supporters, so he’s asked us to give you EXCLUSIVE EARLY ACCESS to get your puzzle FIRST before we release them to the public.”

The puzzle is now for sale on the President's re-election campaign website, along with other merchandise like glasses, shirts and hats.

The 50 stars on the flag represent the U.S. states, while the 13 stripes represent the original colonies in North America.

Trump's campaign releasing the puzzle comes in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, and just months ahead of the 2020 election, set to take place on November 3.

President Trump will likely run against Democratic candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden in the 2020 election.

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