11 times this dictionary magnificently trolled Donald Trump

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary account on Twitter has a history of trolling the Trump administration, including the time they helped out Ivanka when she was unsure of the meaning of complicit.

This week, as the US Department of Homeland Security was claiming immigrant children were being kept in excellent conditions, when the whole world could see them being treated appallingly, Merriam-Webster tweeted this:

People instantly appreciated the relevance.

https://twitter.com/LiberalMmama/status/1008873044792762368

Because they’re worth seeing again, here are the 11 most epic burns.

1. The time Donald Trump tweeted the word “covfefe”

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When he claimed to have invented the phrase “priming the pump”

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After Trump mentioned “bad hombres” and people thought he’d said “ombres”

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In response to a spike in a relevant search

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To quash the possibility of “alternative facts”

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After rumours circulated that people were being paid to applaud

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After Samantha Bee called Ivanka a “feckless c**t”

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Because Trump had misspelt “unprecedented”

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When Trump’s Holocaust Memorial Day speech made no mention of Jews

https://twitter.com/MerriamWebster/status/826193457282707457

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When Kelly-Anne Conway described Feminists as “anti-male”

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In response to Trump describing negative stories about him as “fake news”

In fact, Merriam-Webster must have the gift of prophecy, because before the election results had even been calculated, they did this:

Never a truer word …