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Source: NILES, IL - NOVEMBER 10: A Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary is displayed in a bookstore November 10, 2003 in Niles, Illinois. McDonald's said it is not happy with the word 'McJob', which is defined as a dead-end job, in the new Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary. Also, the fast-food giant announced that global Systemwide sales for Brand McDonald's increased 17.8 percent in October compared to October 2002. (Photo by Tim Boyle/Getty Images)

Merriam-Webster Dictionary Trolled President Trump Today, And It's Much Deserved

By Mike Walsh

The folks at Merriam-Webster have made no secret of their opinion of Donald Trump.

Spoiler: they're not terribly fond of him.

Following reports that Trump railed against "sh*thole' countries" in an immigration meeting at the White House, Merriam-Webster politely contained their anger the way they do best...

...They tweeted their #WordoftheDay that reminded them of the racist-in-chief himself: