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‘Making words great again’: Internet ridicules Trump for Freudian ‘unpresidented’ complaint about China

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President-elect Donald Trump kicked off his Saturday morning complaining about the seizure of an American underwater drone by the Chinese only to have everyone ridicule him for coining the word “unpresidented” — which some called a Freudian slip.

Addressing the taking of the boat, Trump tweeted: “China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters – rips it out of water and takes it to China in unpresidented (sic) act.”

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An hour and a half later, Trump or one of his minions deleted the unpresidential tweet — but not before it was screen-grabbed:

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For people on Twitter it was off to the races — particularly after Trump defenders attempted to blame Trump’s illiteracy on auto-correct.

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