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Donald Trump managed to botch one of the most important grammar rules not just once, but four times in a row.
The Republican Party nominee for President of the United States in the 2016 election was criticising The New York Times for their articles about him.
— Morning Joe (@Morning_Joe) August 2, 2016
In case you missed it, here is what Trump said:
"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 their, like Maggie Haberman, and others, they don’t, they don’t write good. They don’t know how to write good."
For someone upset about writing, you'd think he would get basic grammar pinned down.
Trump was using the adjective ‘good’ when he wanted the adverb ‘well.’