Merriam-Webster Responds To Trump’s “Heel” Tweet (TWEETS)

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On Saturday, President Trump tweeted the same spelling mistake multiple times. He misspelled the word “heal” as “heel” in a tweet following a “free-speech” rally in Boston.

Merriam-Webster, the dictionary, replied with the following tweet:

He eventually made his point after deleting the first two attempts, but it got screenshotted plenty of times before it was deleted. Trump has misspelled things before. He even tweeted out complete nonsense in the form of “covfefe.”

“Heel” is almost a Freudian slip because it is also a command used by dog trainers to make dogs obey. It is also a term used in wrestling circles to describe a bad guy as one Twitter user pointed out:

Others just believe that it is a simple mistake, not anything to fear.

This isn’t the first time Merriam-Webster has trolled President Trump. After he misspelled “counsel,” Merriam-Webster tweeted:

After Kellyanne Conway’s “alternative facts” remark, Merriam-Webster said:

Featured image via Twitter.

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