Sean Spicer Attacks Journalists, But Doesn't Know Difference Between There and Their

Looks like there's someone else in the Trump Administration who doesn't know third grade spelling.

This afternoon, after Trump had General McMaster speak in his defense at the White House press briefing, Sean Spicer tweeted this:

Of course, there signifies a location. He meant "theirs." But as Sean Spicer always is, he was defiant and insisted he was joking:

Yes, of course you were joking, Spicer. Third graders know the difference between their, there, and they're. There is a serious issue if the United States Press Secretary cannot tell the difference between these simple words.

This is of course not an isolated mistake. Trump and Spicer have made countless grammatical and spelling errors over the past several months. However, this mistake is particularly egregious since Spicer was attacking writers in his tweet.

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