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Trump Makes Embarrassing Grammar Mistake In Tweet Telling His Intel Chiefs To ‘Go Back To School’

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Trump Makes Embarrassing Grammar Mistake In Tweet Telling His Intel Chiefs To ‘Go Back To School’





President Trump lashed out at his own intelligence chiefs after they contradicted some of his claims on key national security issues.

In testimony before Congress a day earlier, Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats said the Islamic State (ISIS) militant group still commands thousands of fighters and is not totally defeated — as Trump recently declared.

CIA Director Gina Haspel said Iran is still technically complying with an international agreement it made with the United States and other powers — even though the president withdrew from the pact.



Trump tweeted Wednesday morning that his intelligence officials are “naive” and “wrong” on Iran. He added: “Perhaps Intelligence should go back to school!”

Many on Twitter mocked the president’s glaring grammatical error when he wrote “There economy” instead of “Their economy” just before demanding that his intel chiefs “go back to school.”







CNN on Wednesday morning aired a montage of other contradictions between the president and his intel chiefs:




Trump on Monday took a few jabs at former Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz, saying he lacks the guts and smarts to be president and reminding all Americans that he is the smartest person in the entire country.

Trump was responding to a segment Sunday on CBS’s “60 Minutes” in which the billionaire confirmed that he is preparing to launch an independent 2020 campaign for president.

“Howard Schultz doesn’t have the ‘guts’ to run for President!” Trump wrote. “Watched him on @60Minutes last night and I agree with him that he is not the ‘smartest person.’”

“Besides, America already has that!” Trump added, referring to himself as America’s smartest person.

Trump has repeatedly touted his own smarts both as a candidate and president, famously declaring “I alone can fix it” during his speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention and tweeting early last year that he was “like, really smart.”


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