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Trump Twitter Typos: ‘Heel’ Corrected To ‘Heal’ After 3 Tries — Did Hope Hicks Or Trump Tweet The Mistakes?

President Donald Trump got a lesson in how to spell the word “heal,” even if it took him three tries to spell it correctly on Twitter. As seen in the below Twitter screenshots, Trump composed a tweet about protesting being a necessary device to heal a nation that he claims has been divided for decades. However, instead of writing heal, as in the definition that means getting better or healthy, Trump wrote “heel.
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