A few hours after fired FBI Director James Comey's testimony before Congress, a statement from President Donald Trump's lawyer Marc Kasowitz went public -- and that statement, which denies many aspects of Comey's testimony, is littered with typos.
In the first line of the statement, Kasowitz misspells "president" as "predisent" -- a typo Twitter users caught on to almost immediately after it was released.
Further down in the statement, Kasowitz also misspelled the name of National Intelligence Director Dan Coats as "Coates." In the conclusion of the statement, there also appear to be grammatical errors in a sentence that claims "in sum, it is now established that there the President was not being investigated for colluding with the or attempting to obstruct that investigation."
Read the Kasowitz's entire statement on the Comey testimony via BuzzFeed on DocumentCloud