On Thursday, the official White House Twitter account—not to be confused with the headline-making machine @RealDonaldTrump—tweeted the following. See if you can figure out what's going on.President Trump: We are forever in your debt. Thank you. God bless you, God bless our truly amazing law enforcement, and God bless America.— The White House (@WhiteHouse) July 27, 2017 No, the White House didn't turn President Donald Trump into an all knowing, god-blessed deity. At least, not on purpose.The tweet should have had quotes around it.Guys, I don't think this is the White House saying this to Trump. I think it's the White House noting what Trump said to law enforcement.— Erin Murphy (@ErinDMurphy) July 27, 2017 The White House was merely quoting Donald Trump, who was speaking on Thursday at a ceremony for first responders to the shooting of Congressman Scalise. Of course, without the quotation marks and even a hint of context, Twitter was quite reasonably alarmed.What the fuck is this dictator praising propaganda shit!?— Jason Ross (@jasonsolross) July 27, 2017 From here in the UK I'd say that the US government is getting more like Russia by the day. Feel sad for you folks. ☹️— Caroline@CraftyArts (@CarrieAnne001) July 27, 2017 what in the hell is this tweet— tyler oakley (@tyleroakley) July 27, 2017 Glorious Leader makes the sun and eats the moon. We are but worms without his shining example. #MAGA!!!!— Dennis Perkins (@DennisPerkins5) July 27, 2017 Is this the worst mistake to come out of the Trump administration on Twitter?TwitterNo, but it's amusing.Did you guys get hacked?— BLACK LIVES MATTER. (@kateschmidt) July 27, 2017 https://twitter.com/1_mad_squirrel/status/890660964323819520Are you okay? Are they holding your family hostage? Do you need rescue?— Laura Anne Gilman (@LAGilman) July 27, 2017 This is exactly how I imagine Darth Vadar would have made his staff tweet right after creating the Death Star.— Rob Eric (@roberic1) July 27, 2017 And obviously not the first time a Trump-related quote has gone wrong for lack of punctuation. Twitter can't decide if this t-shirt for sale in Trump Tower has a typo or not. So just enjoy the mistake until the inevitable next one:https://twitter.com/pattymo/status/890669912871403520Grammar is important, everyone, even if it's not presidential.