Trump says his awkwardly capitalized tweets are no mistake

Trump says his awkwardly capitalized tweets are no mistake

"I capitalize certain words only for emphasis, not b/c they should be capitalized!".

Trump has frequently misspelled words and even inspired a worldwide meme when a tweet mentioned "covfefe", a word whose meaning is unknown.

POTUS got trolled hard by actual best selling author, J.K. Rowling; various other celebrities; the dictionary and many other English-speakers.

Instead of pour over, he wrote "pore over".

J.K. Rowling attends the press preview of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre in London in 2016.

U.S. President Donald Trump's war against the "Fake News" media and grammar hit a new level of ridiculous on Tuesday night when he tweeted a defense for why his tweets regularly included typos - a tweet that, of course, included a typo.

"The Washington Post is constantly quoting "anonymous sources" that do not exist", tweeted the president.

The president quickly deleted and reposted the tweet correcting the error, but it was too late.

Either way, Donald Trump certainly "grates" on most rational thinking people, that's for sure. "He is incapable of reading a book, much less writing one", he responded to the President's claim.

Trump in a tweet, hailed himself as "best selling" author.

He later deleted that tweet to correct the error, prompting Rowling to write 'someone taught him how to spell "pore"'. One fan, in particular, their details redacted by Rowling during a retweet, threatened to burn their collection of Rowling's books in response to her acerbic commentary on American politics.

In a series of tweets, Rowling wrote "pour" (again followed by lots of laughter), before mocking his claim to have "written many best-selling books", suggesting Mr Trump may use a ghostwriter.

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