Brilliant people may be bad spellers and even inarticulate. But there are things about Trump's sloppy tweets and diluted vocabulary usage that suggest qualities of thinking (or not) that suggest his unfitness for his office.
"Nearly every time he puts thumb to keypad, he exposes that he has never progressed beyond the mentality of the precollegiate, trash-talking teen," argues
"Nearly every time he puts thumb to keypad, he exposes that he has never progressed beyond the mentality of the precollegiate, trash-talking teen," argues
Constitutional scholars don’t see bad grammar/style as high crimes and misdemeanors, but here makes the case that “Trump’s serial misuse of public language is one of many shortcomings that betray his lack of fitness for the presidency.”
Real men dont stop & ax for directshuns from a dickshunary.
If you make the same spelling mistake twice in the same sentence, it's not a "typo".
"Nearly every time he puts thumb to keypad, he exposes that he has never progressed beyond the mentality of the precollegiate, trash-talking teen," argues John McWhorter.
I absolutely agree. It's not that he makes mistakes. It's that he doesn't give a shit that he makes them. To someone that narcissistic, it's not wrong by virtue of the fact that he did it. The problem is, it IS wrong, and the office is reduced...