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Merriam-Webster Dictonary Is Slamming Trump Again and Twitter Loves It

The dictionary has been doing great work these last few months. Not only have they reminded us that things like "alternative facts" are just lies, but also corrected Trump's poor grammar in real time.

Now, as we got ready to find out whether we'd still have health insurance next year, the dictionary threw some major shade:


Are we waking up from the nightmare or just returning to it? Hard to say. But at least Merriam-Webster is there with us. 

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Merriam-Webster Is At It Again After The White House Released a List of “Under-reported” Terror Attacks Riddled With Spelling Errors

Following President Trump’s tweetstorm about how the free press, voters who participate in polls, and federal judges are all pretty much fake, that reality-TV gameshow host that the media was under-reporting terror a ttacks because “they have their reasons.” When the media asked for proof, the White House released a list of 70 allegedly under-reported terror attacks, despite most of them receiving some to heavy press coverage. For example, San Bernardino was on the list — though it was spelled wrong.

Also on the list 22 times was the word “attaker," which, as a quick Google search will show, is not how you spell “attacker.” Ignoring red squiggly line after red squiggly line on their word processor, the White House released their statement filled with spelling errors. Luckily, Merriam-Webster’s Twitter account to make everything great again.

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