Trump Just Got Humiliated By Merriam-Webster After Making Huge Grammatical Error On Tweet
Donald Trump took to Twitter on Saturday to talk about how divided the country has been for the last decade, but he ended up making a fool of himself by misspelling heals and heels.
“Our great country has been divided for decade, but it will come together again. Sometimes protest is needed in order to heel, and heel we will!”
"heel we will" – POTUS pic.twitter.com/rjumA1lZC9
— Celeste Katz (@CelesteKatzNYC) August 19, 2017
Now someone has to tell him he means to say ‘heal’, not ‘heel’ pic.twitter.com/4YaDwR0b8T
— Hans de Vreij (@hdevreij) August 19, 2017
Of course someone had to take notice of the president’s grammatical errors.
Merriam-Webster’s official Twitter page decided to troll the president with a lesson in grammar.
🏥 heal (to become healthy again)
😈 heel (a contemptible person)
🙋♂️ he'll (he will)
— Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) August 19, 2017
Leave to Trump to make a complete fool of himself in less than 140 characters.