The famous Merriam-Webster dictionary is at it again, keeping President Trump in check with some harsh Twitter shade.
When the White House released a list of dozens of terror attacks it claimed were under-reported by the media, it contained plenty of typos. "Attacker" was spelt "attaker," San Bernardino was missing an "r" and the list referred to a country known as "Denmakr."
Not that this was the only red flag; the round-up included events like the Paris, Orlando, and San Bernardino attacks, none that anyone would consider "under-covered."
But the typos in the list were brought to the attention of the Merriam-Webster Dictionary Twitter account, which has done plenty of Trump trolling in recent months, weighing in on everything from "mazel tov cocktails" to "alternative facts."
One Twitter user asked the dictionary to make sense of what, exactly, one of the typos meant.
And that's when the dictionary unleashed its latest burn on the spelling-challenged president.
And, yes, people noticed the Trump team's trip to the burn unit.
Appropriately enough, Miriam-Webster has just added "throwing shade" to its long list of recognized words, bringing us full circle.