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Donald Trump is tired of the FAKE NEWS MEDIA spending precious time trying to find mistakes in his always-perfect-never-misspelled tweets. Tuesday evening, he decided he was going to stick it to the MSM (mainstream media) by touting his grammatical skills and pointing out that he knows how to properly use capitalization, but chooses to overuse it for emphasis. Take that, Stephen Colbert.

The only problem? He initially made a grammar mistake in the very tweet where he pointed out he’s a “best selling author” (ignoring the fact that his books were all actually ghostwritten by other authors). In the original tweet, Trump wrote, “the Fake News constantly likes to pour over my tweets looking for a mistake.” He used “pour” as in “to pour a liquid” rather than “pore” as in “to look over something intently.” The president quickly deleted and reposted the tweet correcting the error, but it was too late. The internet had screenshots of the mistake and they were not about to let it go.

POTUS got trolled hard by actual best selling author, J.K. Rowling; various other celebrities; the dictionary and many other English-speakers.

For official confirmation on the subject, Trump biographer and author of the 2005 book, TrumpNation: The Art of Being The Donald, Tim O’Brien weighed in. He simply tweeted that the president wrote none of his own books — of which there are many. Well that’s awkward.

And Donald Trump proves once again that he is the master of irony and self-awareness.