After one too many errors on Twitter, a proofreading company has reached out to Trump to assist him before he hits the send button.
According to The Blast, Edubirdie is not blaming Trump for the grammatical errors he makes on a day-to-day basis. Instead, they say he’s “not at fault given you have a nation to run,” so they’re offering free services.
Edubirdie reached out after Trump attempted to use the term of “Scott Free,” when he tweeted that Michael Cohen got his family off ”scot-free.”
The Blast obtained a letter that was sent to the White House, which states that Edubirdie wants to help Trump make, “communications with our United States citizens more seamless.”
Could we just settle for Trump to delete the app altogether?