Trump just made hilarious typo in frantic attempt to discredit Mueller probe

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A quick glance at his Twitter page makes one thing abundantly clear: Donald Trump is panicking. Rarely passes the day when his first thoughts blasted out to the world aren’t related to Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his Russia investigation. Trump is obsessed and has been reduced to screaming vainly into the void.

Today, he tweeted out some quote from one the partisan hacks at Fox News and once again insisted that there was no collusion between his campaign and agents of Vladimir Putin. The president then pivoted to address the recent news that federal prosecutors believe Trump committed felony campaign finance violations when he ordered his then-attorney Michael Cohen to deliver hush money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal to cover up his extramarital affairs.

In his morning tweets, Trump mischaracterized the payments as a “simple private transaction,” then waffled to say even if it was a campaign contribution it was a “civil case,” which makes no sense whatsoever, he then tried to smear Obama, and concluded that the full blame falls on Cohen and not himself. Just for good measure, he tacked on a “WITCH HUNT!” at the end.

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The tweets are clearly delusional and essentially par for the course at this point for a president who is relying more on more on social media lash outs to fight back against the Mueller’s probe.

What was notable about this message was a glaring typo in which Trump referred to the lack of a “Smocking Gun,” a phrase which he typed not once but twice and which he strangely capitalized both times. It’s not the first time his tweets have included egregious typos, but it is a reminder that our leader is either so lazy he can’t be bothered to read his own tweets over, or he simply isn’t very literate.

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Twitter users were quick to swarm the president and mock his inability to do even a basic spellcheck of his own tweets.

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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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