Trump just reignited his feud with Alec Baldwin with shameful, typo-ridden Twitter attack

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President Trump took to Twitter this morning in a fury, letting off some steam after yet another day of frustrating day as his administration tears itself apart from the inside as rats scurry to find a way off an obviously sinking ship.

The President singled out one of his favorite nemeses, actor Alec Baldwin, and torched him on Twitter with a surprisingly coherent attack on the man who turned Donald Trump into a laughingstock with his all-too-accurate impersonations on Saturday Night Live.

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But in his fury, the President’s tiny fingers appear to have been working quicker than his trans-fat saturated brain, as he was forced to delete and repost his attack after making some glaring spelling errors.

Baldwin recently spoke out about the experience of playing Trump to the Hollywood Reporter, saying that it had been an “agony” and reiterating how important it was for us to send him packing as soon as possible. “Anybody over this guy,” said Baldwin. “It doesn’t matter. We have to get rid of him.”

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The loss of his confidant Hope Hicks appears to have struck a nerve with the President, who has been behaving more recklessly and rashly than we’ve ever seen him before. His constant jumping around on the issue of gun control, the impulsive decision to slap tariffs on imported steel, and his feuding with Attorney General Jeff Sessions are all signs that he’s growing steadily more unhinged – and the true agony is being forced to watch helpless as the President of the United States rampages across the twittersphere, wondering with hearts in throats about what he might possibly do next.

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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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