US President Trump makes more news on Twitter goof-ups than on political grounds. He has yet again become the center of Twitter trolls.
Donald Trump set out to prove “LameStream Media” wrong, but it seems the tides turned against him.
Twitterati gave the US President a lesson in the point he set out to prove
In a tweet on 27 September, Trump wrote, To show you how dishonest the LameStream Media is, I used the word Liddle’, not Liddle, in discribing Corrupt Congressman Liddle’ Adam Schiff. Low ratings @CNN purposely took the hyphen out and said I spelled the word little wrong. A small but never ending situation with CNN!”
But Donald Trump probably pictured the outcome a liddle differently in his mind when he was jolting down the tweet. Twitter burst out laughing with explanations and trolls. And staying true to its unforgiving self, the social media platform gave the US President a lesson in hyphens and apostrophes.
Twitterati pointed out to Donald Trump that liddle isn’t actually a word and hyphen isn’t actually an apostrophe.
Actor John Fugelsang tweeted, “At this point, he’s like a less moral, less healthy, less attractive Nixon. And he not only doesn’t know how apostrophes work, he thinks they’re called hyphens.”
The Origins of Liddle
It was on Thursday US President Trump attacked the Democrat chair of House intelligence committee as he called him “Liddle Adam Schiff” on the social media platform.
But now, Trump turned his fire to the media and tried to criticise a media house for pointing out his spelling mistake wherein he misspelled the word ‘little’ to ‘liddle’. But sadly, his explanation only added fuel to the fire and turned the tides against him (with a greater force than before).
This is not the first time that US President Donald Trump has been under the Twitter fire. He has time and again been in the news for his tweets. While they make the basis for a good laugh, they also become a matter of concern for the United States of America.