Grammar Police Come for Donald Trump After Tweet with Errors

July 24, 2016 | Updated: 8:46 p.m., July 24, 2016

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It doesn’t matter who you are. You can’t hide from the grammar police. If you send out a tweet or post something on Facebook, you better have your stuff together because they are coming for you if you don’t.

Presidential candidates are even more susceptible to them, just ask Donald Trump.

According to Mashable, Trump sent out a tweet Sunday about Bernie Sanders supporters. The tweet, which has since been deleted, had a few grammar and spelling errors that drew the ire of the grammar patrol.

While Donald Trump has been criticized for his speeches having the grammar of a fifth-grader before, his tweets have taken the bar even lower — and the internet has noticed.

In particular, Donald’s incorrect use of “there” (it should be “their”) and incorrect spelling of “waist” (it should be “waste”) are among the offensive phrases.

Several twitter users, including filmmaker Joe Carnahan, pointed out Trump’s errors with no mercy.

This is not the first time the Donald has been slammed for his grammar and spelling.  Earlier this year, researchers did an analysis on Trump’s speech and concluded that