More groundbreaking investigative journalism from CNN as they dissect why President Trump’s tweets sometimes contain misspelled words.
CNN's Reliable Sources will report on "some never-before-seen data about Trump's typos" today. pic.twitter.com/sboqTmhyAq
— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) November 3, 2019
See, spelling errors happen and all (CNN chyron unavailable for comment), but with the orange man in the White House, there must be something deeper at play.
This is why nobody watches CNN.. pic.twitter.com/bcokoaYKpt
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) November 3, 2019
“On Twitter, Donald Trump makes a lot more of them than most people,” Brian Stelter claimed, offering no data to back up that statement.
Whoa. Stand back. https://t.co/KA9FUIjnMe
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) November 3, 2019
It’s incredible that they devoted an entire segment to this.
Whew! I was afraid they wouldn’t get around to it!
Good thing they devote time to important stuff instead of media coverage of Elizabeth Warren’s Fantasyland Medicare for All scheme. https://t.co/bUlbLsNxFO
— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) November 3, 2019
Imagine if they spent as much time scrutinising, say, Elizabeth Warren’s $20 TRILLION Medicare for all proposal? https://t.co/1K9BzhrMyP
— James Morrow (@pwafork) November 3, 2019
It’s truly stunning and brave to take on Trump’s typos. This will earn Stelter awards and respect. https://t.co/ltc4CpPJid
— (((Jason Rantz))) on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) November 3, 2019
Spelling errors and all, Trump has effectively used Twitter to circumvent CNN and other media outlets and communicate directly with his base.