Kellyanne’s husband and Obama’s Solicitor General just teamed up to roast Trump’s Twitter typos


President Trump’s lack of basic competence surrounding the English language has become the subject of its own subgenre on Twitter.  Between fractured syntax, errant capitalization, and gross misspellings, Trump’s mangling of his own native — and only —  language has launched countless mocking (or, as the president might say, smocking) tweets that ridiculed him for his failure to match the grammatical skills of a fifth grader.

Trump’s latest batch of misspelled tweets ranks with the infamous “covfefe” coinage as among his most derided instances of lexicographical disasters.

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Neal Katyal, former acting Solicitor General during the Obama administration, taunted the president with a tweet that parodied Trump’s signature illiteracy in almost perfect form.


George Conway, a Republican lawyer and the spouse of Trump’s longest-lasting White House counselor Kellyanne Conway and a frequent critic of the president, saw Katyal’s tweet and pointed out a small error in the former Solicitor General’s imitation of Trump’s misspellings.

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Let us hope that it won’t be too much longer that we’ll have to endure the illiterate spewing of a “f*cking moron,” as the president’s own former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson referred to him. At the very least, someone needs to teach Trump how to use spell check.

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Original reporting by Morgan Gstalter at The Hill.


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