Donald Trump gets mocked on Twitter for saying 'heel' instead of heal

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Then he tweeted the sentiment again, with a spelling correction.

Ms Trump, 35, ensured she couldn't be accused of making an equivalence between white supremacist groups and counter-demonstrators by tweeting: "It was handsome to see thousands of people across the U.S.A come together today to peacefully denounce bigotry, racism & anti-semitism".

However, Trump has publicly praised the counter-protestors and also the Boston police for their handling of the protests.

But the president later tweeted support for "the many protestors in Boston who are speaking out against bigotry and hate".

This is not the first time US President Donald Trump in news for his typo error.

After his infamous "covfefe" mishap, the president once again left his followers amused by tweeting about the protests in Boston on Saturday and misspelling the word "heal" as "heel" in four tweets. But, to give him the benefit of doubt, it may have have been due to the 140-character limit on Twitter.

Today, Boston stood for peace and love, not bigotry and hate.

NY [U.S.], August 20 (ANI): It took U.S. President Donald Trump a whopping three tries to correctly spell a particularly innocuous word in a set of tweets, which has now resulted in the world tapping into their creative juices and generating humor from the snafus.

Earlier this year, Trump sent a lot of people scurrying for dictionaries when he posted an odd tweet that used the word "covfefe".

In just 120 minutes more than 73,000 people retweeted the tweet.

Much has been written about Trump's novel use of Twitter. Twitter had a field day, with users trolling the President to the fullest.

Latest reports indicated that his lawyers might start vetting his tweets.



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