What Happened To Spellchecking? Trump’s Personal Lawyer Just Released A Letter Full Of Typos
Marc Kasowitz, Donald Trump’s longtime personal lawyer, released a letter on Thursday responding to former FBI Director James Comey’s Senate testimony, calling himself “Predisent” Trump’s personal lawyer.
The letter goes on to claim that Comey lied under oath about Trump’s demand of loyalty, stating that even though Trump did not make the loyalty demand “he is entitled to expect loyalty from those serving in an administration.”
The typos did not stop at just “predisent,” Kasowitz went on to misspell the name of Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats.
To make the letter worse, Kasowitz added a few extra periods in strange places.
To make things more remarkable, Kasowitz isn’t the only person in Trump’s team making mistakes.
On Wednesday, for example, the White House press office released a readout of his phone call “with Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates.” But there is no Crown Prince of the United Arab Emirates, they were referring to the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi.