Donald Trump flaunts his terrible grasp on the English language – four times in a row

Donald Trump made an appearance on The Sean Hannity Show Monday night, performing in the process his signature move: tearing apart the media, with no regard for which medium.

Trump’s choice Monday night? Newspapers, and to be specific, arguably the most notable and recognizable one in the United States: The New York Times.

What’s about to follow is nothing but pure irony.

On August 1, the Times published an online story on Trump’s alleged draft-dodging.

In the article, authors Steve Eder and Dave Philipps mentioned some sketchy details, two of which were the facts that Trump couldn’t quite recall which doctor had diagnosed him with bone spurs in the heel (the reason he used to dodge) or for that matter which foot the bone spurs had even occurred in.

When asked his response to the article on Hannity, Trump responded, “They don’t write good.”

That is word-for-word Trump’s phrase of choice when asked to comment on the most distinguished newspaper in the country. The issue with Trump’s choice of words is the infamous “good” vs. “well” battle, with those who know grammar and its ins-and-outs pushing the adverb well’s campaign to victory.

It didn’t help that Trump continued to make the mistake an unbelievable number of times thereafter.

“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 there, like Maggie Haberman, and others, they don’t, they don’t write good. They don’t know how to write good.”

Another day, another L taken for Donald Trump.

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