Donald Trump on Twitter, as he is in real life, is prone to errors.
Last May, the president bewildered the nation (and the world!) with the introduction of the word "covfefe," which then-Press Secretary Sean Spicer insisted was no mistake.
Now Trump has confused the masses with another spelling/punctuation mystery:
The mystery of the apostrophe.
Trump has aimed his Twitter missile to Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee, who this morning criticized Trump on a variety of issues, including labeling him an "utterly truthful president."
One of Trump's many tweets on the subject called Corker "liddle' Bob Corker," which:
A) Isn't even a clever nickname AND
B) What's that apostrophe doing there after "liddle"?
What. Does. It. Mean?
Is he confusing "liddle'" for "lil'"?
Make it stop, indeed.
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