wrong US Flag color at North Korea Summit

Discussion in 'US Flag Specs and Design' started by Susan Kanen, Jun 14, 2018.

  1. Susan Kanen

    Susan Kanen New Member

    The blue and red shades of the US flag behind President Trump at the North Korea Summit is obviously wrong. How is this permitted?
  2. Robin Hickman

    Robin Hickman Well-Known Member

    Hello, Susan Kanen!

    I'm not sure "why" it's allowed, but I'm sure Singapore has some kind of "Flag Rules" which, may or may not, provide an explanation about the differences in the two Flag's colors.

    I seem to recall seeing something similar when the Flags of Israel & The United States were shown alternating in a similar fashion in Israel. The U.S. Flag's "blue" was almost the same as the Israel Flag's.

    Sorry I can't explain it any better!


    Robin Hickman
    "Your Friendly Neighborhood Flag Man"
    Eugene, Oregon, USA.
    Last edited: Jun 14, 2018
  3. REAndy

    REAndy New Member

    Hi Susan,
    Can you upload here the picture you are referring to? I tried to do a google search and I couldn't find any pictures like you described.
    One thing I can think of is that maybe the "white balance" of the photo was off. Did it appear that the red, white and blue in the USA flag was the similar shades of red, white and blue in the North Korean flag?
    Your post really has peaked my curiosity.



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