Sloppy language is a sign of sloppy thinking

Dana Milbank takes on Donald Trump’s spelling today and shows why Toastmasters take good grammar so seriously:

In Trump’s case, the trouble is likely not intelligence but his habitual sloppiness and recklessness. He apparently generates his executive orders with similar abandon (or perhaps that should be spelled a-Bannon). What I fear is that he will be equally careless with his foreign policy, giving little thought before, say, attacking Denmark.

See Shoker! Rediculous chocker Trump attaks and dishoners English with ever-dummer spellings at The Washington Post.

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