Some blue checks are attempting to dunk on President Donald Trump for using “healthcare” in this tweet instead of the more accepted “health care,” even though “healthcare” is quickly becoming more acceptable in U.S. publications:
The Republican Party will become “The Party of Healthcare!”
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 26, 2019
Here’s the Washington Post’s Seung Min Kim with a rebuke of the president:
— Seung Min Kim (@seungminkim) March 26, 2019
Yes . . . where in the world would President Trump get the idea that “healthcare” is acceptable to use in a tweet? Oh. . .
Opinion: What voters need to hear from Democratic contenders on healthcare https://t.co/NcnXBsct9o
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 30, 2019
Former Hillary staffer Christina Reynolds is mad at him, too:
A) You are trying to destroy it. Not offer it to more people.
B) HEALTH CARE IS TWO WORDS. https://t.co/uPoZIQ3VXf
— Christina Reynolds (@creynoldsnc) March 26, 2019
It’s weird how this keeps happening:
Won't let factcheckers run the campaign… @jrpsaki Here comes attack on providing healthcare to millions of Americans
— Christina Reynolds (@creynoldsnc) August 30, 2012
And here’s Bloomberg’s Sahil Kapur:
Health care is two words. https://t.co/WZqm3ZjuuE
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) March 26, 2019
Kapur quoted Elizabeth Warren using “healthcare” but didn’t add the snotty commentary:
Elizabeth Warren: "Trumpcare will devastate Americans' healthcare. Families will go bankrupt. People will die." pic.twitter.com/fPr5DBf8uJ
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) May 4, 2017
Do better, guys.