Post by Rhino Post by firstname.lastname@example.org
The official schedule for the President issued Tuesday night included
"Normay" instead of "Norway."
White House Corrects DACA Meeting Transcript
CNN Politics - January 10, 2018
This is nothing new. It started with Trump's OFFICIAL Inauguration Poster.
They also misspelled the name of the doctor that just examined Trump.
The supposed report on Trump's health was signed "Ronnie", while the
actual physician spells it "Ronny".
Or are we supposed to believe that the doctor forgot HOW TO SPELL HIS
OWN NAME, for fuck's sake! They couldn't even fake a medial report
It's obvious you're scraping the bottom of the barrel when all you can
fault Trump for is typos executed by his staff. (Or did you think Trump
personally made the typo?) By the way, did you notice your OWN typo in
the last sentence of your post? Are we to take some grand message from
that about your overall worthiness as a human being?
Listen, dimwit, Trump has made numerous typo's over the past year - or
are you unaware of that, too?
Trump announced in July he was nominating former Utah governor Jon
Huntsman Jr. as ambassador to Russia. The only problem was the White
House's statement revealing the pick spelled his name "John." (sic)
"Ask Sally Yates, under oath, if she knows how classified information
got into the newspapers soon after she explained it to W.H. Council
sic) ," Trump said on Twitter.
It's "counsel"... this isn't Elrond he was talking about.
About a week later, Trump stumbled over the same word, this time adding
a unique twist — he spelled it "councel (sic) ," which is wrong in any
China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters -
rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented (sic) act.
"How low has President Obama gone to tapp (sic) my phones during the
very sacred election process."
In February, the White House released a list of 78 terrorist attacks it
said went "underreported" after Trump said journalists were ignoring
terrorist attacks around the world.
The list was problematic for several reasons — one of them being that
many of the incidents on the list had been extensively covered by the media.
About halfway down the list, the word "attacker" suddenly morphed into
"attaker (sic)," which appeared more than 20 times. The list included
the terrorist attack in "San Bernadino (sic), CA," a misspelling of San
Bernardino. And at one point Denmark is spelled "Denmakr (sic)."
In late May, the White House released a statement saying one of Trump's
goals during his trip to Israel was to "promote the possibility of
lasting peach (sic)" in the region.
Back in January, the White House misspelled the name of British Prime
Minister Theresa May three times in the official schedule of May's visit
to the US.
Making matters worse, the particular spelling the White House chose,
"Teresa May," happens to be the name of a British porn star.
Trump struggled not once but twice to spell "hereby" correctly in March,
spelling the word "hear by (sic)" in one tweet, and in an attempt to
self-correct, "hearby (sic)" in another.
The Department of Education got in on the action when it published a
tweet honoring W.E.B. DuBois (sic), the civil-rights activist and
historian who founded the NAACP.
The only problem was it spelled his name "DeBois."
Twenty-nine minutes after misspelling W.E.B. DuBois's name, the
Education Department attempted to atone for its orthographic blunder,
but ended up making things worse.
"Post updated - our deepest apologizes (sic) for the earlier typo,"
I could go on and on and on... but why not just end that with the
greatest of all:
"Despite the constant negative press covfefe."
What a fucking "stable genius" you're defending! Jesus Christ, do you
get ANY stupider?
What this goes to show that if a man can't manage to simple grammar and
spelling, what kind of an operation can you expect in more complex
"Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination Thursday July 22nd."
"ISIS claimed responsibility". - J. P. Shanley