This is just classic. Trump’s meltdown, predictably, went from the stage to the internet overnight and into this morning, and it got so incoherent that even the dictionary itself is scoring hits on him.
Leon gave a run-down of the full tweet storm, but here are the two Tweets that got the most attention (since deleted):
Now check out this all time classic response from Merriam-Webster:
honer: one that hones (https://t.co/76PlKG8PA6)
leightweight: We have no. idea.
chocker: https://t.co/geeDMqiS4D https://t.co/2km86hZAVQ
— Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) February 26, 2016
Ohhhhhhhhhhh snap!! That’s gonna leave a mark. And if you’re not clear what kind of mark, Donald, let me help you out:
But hey, cut the guy some slack. He probably learned to spell at Trump University.