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Donald Trump fires off tweets with spelling mistakes, but fixes on third try

Donald Trump gets a spelling lesson on Twitter
ABOVE: This isn't the first time Trump made a social media spelling mistake. In December, he wrote ‘unpresidented’ on Twitter, triggering the wrath of the social media universe.

Should President Donald Trump thumb through a dictionary before putting his thumb to work on tweets?

Trump confused “to” and “too” during a tweet storm Thursday morning, getting it right on the third try. “Heel” and “heal” tripped him up in tweets sent over the weekend.

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And, of course, there’s Trump’s famous “covfefe” tweet.

In back-to-back posts Thursday about his tone in speeches this week, Trump twice said “To bad the Dems have no one who can change tunes!” before changing to the correct “Too bad the Dems have no one who can change tunes!”

Others have taken incorrect spelling public.

In 1992, Vice-President Dan Quayle relied on a faulty flash card and erroneously instructed a New Jersey sixth-grader to put an “E” at the end of “potato.”

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