For President Donald Trump, spelling mistakes on Twitter are nothing new, but the latest instance might make him think twice about tweeting before his morning cup of covfefe. In what was meant to be a criticism aimed at Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Trump tweeted a quote from Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz.
After spelling mistakes derailed his first attempt, the President made an unsuccessful second pass, misspelling "Special Counsel" several times.
“Special Council is told to find crimes, whether a crime exists or not. I was opposed to the selection of Mueller to be Special Council. I am still opposed to it. I think President Trump was right when he said there never should have been a Special Council appointed because.....— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 21, 2018
Twitter users had some constructive criticism for the President:
And many wondered about Trump's "Ivy League" education:
The folks at Dictionary.com were kind enough to explain the difference for the President:
Twitter even convened the "Special Councils" to help illustrate the point:
One person thought a handwritten note might add that special something next time:
This is one of those tweets that looks great in crayon.— Guerilla Channel™ 📺 (@Sweetling) March 21, 2018
H/T - Huffpost