White House staffers ‘write Donald Trump's tweets with deliberate spelling mistakes to look like he wrote them’

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<em>Some Donald Trump tweets are reportedly written by White House staffers with intentional spelling mistakes (Getty)</em>
Some Donald Trump tweets are reportedly written by White House staffers with intentional spelling mistakes (Getty)

Donald Trump’s Twitter feed is a news story in itself but it turns out that not all of his tweets necessarily come from the man himself.

According to the Boston Globe, there are several members of the White House staff who compose some tweets for the President.

And, according to insiders, these tweets are written with deliberate spelling mistakes so that they appear to have been written by Trump.

Among the methods the staffers reportedly use are an overuse of exclamation points and capitalising random words.

The President reportedly selects tweets that have been written for him and makes minor changes before sending them out with his own messages to the world.

The White House declined to comment on the report.

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Trump recently spelt the name of wife Melania wrong when he sent out a tweet welcoming her back to the White House.

He wrote: ‘Great to have our incredible First Lady back home in the White House.

<em>Insiders say the President sometimes chooses pre-written tweets to send out (Getty)</em>
Insiders say the President sometimes chooses pre-written tweets to send out (Getty)

‘Melanie is feeling and doing really well.’

Trump later deleted the tweet and resent it with the right spelling.

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