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It's safe to say that Donald Trump has a unique command of the English language.
There's the infamous 'covfefe' tweet, and the time he promised 'promote the possibility of lasting peach' in Israel.
Press statement @WhiteHouse says 1 goals of @POTUS Israel trip is "promote the possibility of lasting peach" https://t.co/HE1l2lThg8 — Matthew Levitt (@Matthew Levitt)
However, he's possibly exceeded even his own intriguing standards this time.
Speaking at a rally in Miami on Friday, where he vowed to reinstate travel and trade restrictions upon Cuba, he said something very strange.
Just listen to how he pronounces Little Havana, a neighbourhood of Miami, home to many Cuban exiles.
"Little Havaaaaahhnaahhhhh" https://t.co/JZdNpfNkSF — David Mack (@David Mack)
Cuba was another interesting one.
"CUBA" https://t.co/7r0zX74EjE — David Mack (@David Mack)
People didn't quite know how to handle it.
@FullFrontalSamB Just when I thought I couldn't be more embarrassed. #Idiocracy #IdiotPOTUS — Theresa Navarrete (@Theresa Navarrete)
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