Trump News: Hilarious President’s ‘Smocking Gun’ Misspelling Caused Mocking on Twitter Including Correction from Merriam-Webster

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Everybody has a right to make a mistake. Even the president, right? But when the number of mistakes is just too high, people, of course, make a lot of fun of this.

So, keep on reading Nexter.org to know what happened with Trump’s Twitter and why everybody on social media is mocking the President now.

‘Smocking Gun’

Guess, not only Elon Musk’s tweets should be reviews but Donald Trump’s as well.

Bright and early on Monday morning, the man who was elected leader of an entire country let his 56 million Twitter followers know he has no idea how to spell the word “smoking.”

“Democrats can’t find a Smocking Gun tying the Trump campaign to Russia after James Comey’s testimony. No Smocking Gun…No Collusion,” Trump tweeted, attempting to quote Fox News.

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The president misspelled “smocking” twice, doubling the fun for online mirth-makers. That means it’s unlikely it was an autocorrect mishap and instead the way he truly thinks the word is spelled.

Even Merriam-Webster couldn’t resist the urge to spell-check the commander in chief one more time. “‘Smocking’ is a type of embroidery made of many small folds sewn into place,” the online dictionary tweeted under a cheeky “Today in Spellcheck Can’t Save You” advisory.

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As has been done after many of Trump’s previous Twitter flubs people were quick to mock the “smock” spelling.

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