Trump just tried to defend his writing skills and humiliated himself in the very same tweet

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Apparently fed up with the fact that Americans with a 4th grade education and higher have seized on his embarrassing inability to manage even 280 characters without some glaring misspelling, grammatical error or arbitrary mid-sentence capitalization, Trump took to Twitter today to attempt to defend himself.

It didn’t go quite as planned.

Notwithstanding the fact that the president claimed that his gaffes were limited to mid-sentence capitalizations – they are the absolute least of his issues with the English language – Trump even managed a misspelling in the very tweet defending his writing prowess.

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The word Trump was aiming for was not “pour” but “pore,” as in, it doesn’t take much effort to pore over the president’s tweets before finding a mistake that even a small child wouldn’t make.

While Trump might like to rewrite history, the internet never forgets. Here are some greatest hits from President “Pride Myself On My Ability To Write” on Twitter.

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Brian Tyler Cohen is a political writer, actor, and comedy sketch director. He graduated from Lehigh University with a dual degree in English and Business. He currently lives in Los Angeles.

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