Trump just humiliated himself on-camera with a glaring vocabulary mistake

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The president of the United States embarrassed himself once again in front of the nation during this morning’s press conference, in which he misused a fairly common word in his efforts to distance himself from former campaign advisor and White House Chief Strategist Steve K. Bannon.

“I don’t talk to him. That’s a misnomer!” declared Donald Trump during an appearance before the press today that was supposed to be about immigration but quickly refocused on yesterday’s explosive leaks from the upcoming Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House book.

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A “misnomer,” of course, is defined as “a wrong or inaccurate name or designation” and is not properly used in this sentence. The president was clearly looking for a fancy word for “lie” and missed the mark entirely.

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One of the more disturbing allegations in that book is that President Trump is “semi-literate,” which Donald has once again reinforced by his own admission.

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He famously stated that he doesn’t “need” to read his briefings, because he’s already smart, and is inappropriately proud of the fact that he has never has been a big reader: “I never have. I’m always busy doing a lot. Now I’m more busy, I guess, than ever before.”

Perhaps if he read some books, he would know what the word “misnomer” means. A day has yet to pass in which Donald Trump hasn’t disgraced himself and the office of the Presidency before our nation and the world.

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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.

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