President Donald Trump complained on Sunday around two “stollen” years in office, and Twitter clients took him to the pastry shop over the typo.
Trump at first retweeted one of his fervent supporters who asserted the president ought to get two additional years in office as “reparations” for extraordinary insight Robert Mueller’s investigation:
Trump then included his very own tweet ― complete with the typo:
Trump later erased the tweet and posted another one without the grammatical mistake. He additionally erased a tweet wherein he incorrectly spelled “Kentucky” as “Kentuky.”
Trump’s protest of two “stollen” years ― and his sharing of Falwell’s tweet requesting two additional years ― came as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) cautioned that the president may not leave office willfully regardless of whether he loses the 2020 election.
“We need to immunize against that, we must be set up for that” by guaranteeing he endure an unequivocal annihilation at the polling booth, Pelosi disclosed to The New York Times.