Merriam-Webster once again owns Trump on Twitter

Merriam-Webster once again owns Trump on Twitter
SPRINGFIELD, MA - SEPTEMBER 23: In this handout image provided by Merriam-Webster, Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary and mobile website are displayed September 23, 2016 in Springfield, Massachusetts.
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SPRINGFIELD, MA - SEPTEMBER 23: In this handout image provided by Merriam-Webster, Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary and mobile website are displayed September 23, 2016 in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Source: Handout/Getty Images

On Monday, after Donald Trump claimed — without evidence — that the "dishonest" media has been deliberately covering up terrorist attacks, the White House released a list of 78 attacks it deemed underreported

Please note that many of these attacks received enormous media coverage — the Los Angele Times won a Pulitzer for its reporting on the 2015 shooting in San Bernadino — but also that there are a number of glaring typos in the list. Notably, the word "attacker" is often misspelled "attaker."

Fortunately, the helpful folks at the Merriam-Webster dictionary were available to offer the president and his team some advice:

This is not the first time the Merriam-Webster social media team has trolled Trump. The dictionary livetweeted the second presidential debate, attempting to make sense of his, um, unique take on the English language.

Very good, Merriam-Webster. You've done a bigly job.