Here’s Donald Trump Botching The Same Basic Grammar Rule Four Consecutive Times While Trying To Say One Thing

Donald Trump went on Hannity last night to do one of his favorite things: bash the media.

Today’s target, The New York Times, who last night (I believe after this interview was taped) reported that Donald Trump received a medical exemption from the draft during the Vietnam War for bone spurs in his heel. They also stated Trump could not recall which foot was the problematic one.

Trump’s stance on that bullshit (and all the other things they’ve doggedly reported?)

“They don’t write good.”

That’s, uhhh, verbatim, what he said about the finest newspaper in America. Here’s the whole quote.

“The New York Times is so unfair. I mean, they write three, four articles about me a day. No matter how good I do on something, they’ll never write good. They don’t write good. They have people over their, like Maggie Haberman, and others, they don’t, they don’t write good. They don’t know how to write good.”

Here’s a screenshot of that quote, run through Grammarly.

Trump was using the adjective ‘good’ when he wanted the adverb ‘well.’

Or he was saying that The New York Times doesn’t write good things about him, in which case he was missing the word “things” four fucking times.

(And yes, here’s where someone will point out that this website is oft typo-laden and thus we shouldn’t throw stones due to our misspelled glass house. So this is where I will link to a GIF of a dude making the dismissive jerk off motion to respond to those concerns.)

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