Remember when Donald Trump spoke to students and parents following the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida with notes reminding him to say “I hear you?” As head-scratchingly bad as that was, it was at least spelled correctly.
— Dan Eggen (@DanEggenWPost) May 22, 2019
During Trump’s little temper tantrum in the Rose Garden on Wednesday, he also needed notes to remind him what to say. Those notes were caught in a photo, and it appears that Trump wrote these himself.
The Daily Beast caught some of the note’s spellings and said that:
‘Anyone who watched Donald Trump’s bizarre Rose Garden news conference Wednesday might be surprised to learn that he had prepared notes. But a sneaky photograph from The Washington Post’s Jabin Botsford caught handwritten bullet points in black Sharpie ink listing the topics the president wanted to cover. The notes appear to complain that “[Democrats] want to impeach me over acts that they did” and say: “Dems have no achomlishments.” Trump announced to news conference to say he will no longer work with Democrats while they pursue the “investigation track.”’
The “stable genius” who says he graduated at the top of his class at Wharton Business School but had his lawyer threaten the school should they release his records likes to brag about his “achomlishments,” but apparently, he doesn’t know how to spell them. This is the same man who routinely refers to his opponents “low IQ” and calls other people “crazy” and “stupid.”
Twitter got a good laugh out of Trump’s display of ignorance, although the idea that this is the man running the White House is more frightening than funny. Read some of their comments below:
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