A very important lesson in grammar with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

Ellen Stewart
Sunday 13 December 2015 14:40
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There's nothing more infuriating than having your grammar corrected.

Pendants are hanging out on the corner of every sentence to criticize your syntax and rearrange your apostrophes. It's annoying.

However, the Globe and Mail has reminded us of the importance of grammar and there's absolutely no arguing with this Donald Trump-based example.

When referencing a tweet posted by Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton which declared in red, blue and blue: "Love trumps hate," the publication accidentally used an unnecessary apostrophe, changing the sentiment entirely...

Love Trumps Hate

Love Trump's Hate

NB: Please don't love Trump's hate.

H/T Mashable

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