People think Donald Trump wrote this letter in 1992 (and you can see why)
Here’s a terrific letter sent by Donald Trump’s secretary to the New York magazine back in 1992.
— Letters of Note (@LettersOfNote) October 26, 2017
Except some people thought, well, maybe she didn’t actually write it. Type it, yeah. Write it? Well …
That syntax is weirdly familiar.
— Paul Duane (@MrPaulDuane) October 26, 2017
Someone find "Carolin Gallego".
— Heather Boyd (@HevBoyd) October 26, 2017
The last sentence is a dead giveaway. 😂
— Rahil (@rahilthakkar) October 26, 2017
To think that it was Carolin Gallego who gave him that odd way of speaking all those years ago.
— James Davies (@jd_davies) October 26, 2017
"Carolin, Carolin…stop crying – I want to dictate a note. To the failing New York Magazine…"
— Benj (@BeejPr) October 26, 2017
Huh. I wonder if she had the exact same handwriting as Donald Trump. pic.twitter.com/l56pJ5jIkE
— Cody Keenan (@codykeenan) October 25, 2017
We’re sure Donald would remember. After all, he has one of the great memories of all time.
"One of the great memories of all time. " pic.twitter.com/OGddw0EEYr
— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) October 25, 2017