US Politics

Trump's letter to Kim Jong-un mocked on social media

US President Donald Trump's grammar skills have been graded an 'F' on social media, with users making fun of the letter he wrote to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

President Donald Trump’s letter to Kim Jong-un, declaring the US would be pulling out of the much anticipated June 12 summit with North Korea, is being ridiculed on Twitter for its poor grammar. 

Images of the original letter drowning in annotations and corrections have gone viral, with criticisms ranging from grammatical errors to factual inaccuracies. 

Ryan Sheffield gave the President an 'F'
Ryan Sheffield

Some of the notes included "get a thesaurus" and "this doesn't make sense."

While his notoriously long signature was criticised for being "too big." 

In one paragraph, President Trump refers to Kim Jong-un's release of American hostages as a "beautiful gesture."

For this, he is urged to work on his vocabulary with the note reading "taking hostages is 'beautiful?' AGAIN VOCAB!"

One Twitter user said "the White House needs an editor," and offered his services until the role is filled. 

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