Twitter Delights In Trump’s Typo-Riddled Tweet About A Supposed CNN Typo

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What impeachment inquiry?

President Donald Trump kicked off his Friday morning by taking CNN to task on a more pressing issue: accusing the network of misspelling his favorite nickname for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) and repeating the typo in question himself.

It is unclear what prompted Trump’s latest attack against CNN or what the significance of the apostrophe in “Liddle'” could be. He also erroneously referred to the apostrophe as a hyphen.

Trump reiterated his call for Schiff to resign Friday morning for supposedly lying to Congress with his parody opening statement during the Thursday hearing with the acting director of national intelligence.

The reaction to Trump’s nonsensical tweet was swiftly met with snarky reactions:

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