“Whiff”, the Americans made fun of “perteeny the law” trump
Internet users lashed out not only at the content of the proposed White house document, but on its name.
New criticism was addressed to the bill proposed by the administration of U.S. President Donald trump. We are talking about a document on “fair and mutual tariffs”, the full name of which is “The United States Fair and Reciprocal Tariff Act” or the FART reduction Act (“perteeny act”).
It is easy to guess that the attention of Internet users attracted is the second version of the name. Here, for example, commented the newspaper the New York Post Seth Mandel (Seth Mandel).
“As an editor who comes up with titles for individual materials NY Post, I can say that I just loved “pardinho law”,” — wrote he in his Twitter.
Not left behind and a former communications Director in the White house Anthony of Scaramucci who criticized more the inner content of the document.
Previously the website kp.ru wrote about the fact that the draft gives the President the right to claim duties on imports unilaterally bypass Congress and ignore the basic principles of the world trade organization.
As an editor who writes some headlines at the NY Post can I just say I’m really psyched about the FART Act
— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) July 2, 2018.
“At the WTO has its faults, but the US law on fair and reciprocal tariffs, known in the US as “perteeny the law,” whiff,” wrote Scaramucci in his microblog.