Over the past few days, President Donald Trump has made it very clear that he couldn't be happier with the crowd turnout he received at his inauguration last Friday. And to further confirm it, he took to Twitter on Tuesday to announce that he would be hanging a photo of the event's crowd in the White House Press Hall — a not-so-subtle message to the publications that reported his inauguration drew considerably fewer attendees than former President Barack Obama's in 2009.
But as a couple Twitter sleuths were quick to point out, there's a small problem with the photo in question: It's dated Jan. 21, instead of the actual inauguration date of Jan. 20.
While it's true that 21 Jan drew massive crowds to D.C., those were for the Women's March on Washington, and not for Trump's inauguration. That being said, it appears the photo is of the correct event, just not the correct date.
Alternative facts, I guess?