After too many spelling-related Twitter offenses, a company is reaching out to offer #45 a little extra help before he sends messages out to his 56 million followers.
The folks at EduBirdie are offering President Trump free proofreading services because they recognize he's "not at fault given you have a nation to run."
The move was made after Trump took flack for using the incorrect term of "Scott Free" when claiming Michael Cohen got his family members off scot-free, meaning no jail time.
In a letter sent to the White House, obtained by The Blast, EduBirdie wants to help out the President for the rest of his term in order to, "Make your communications with our United States citizens more seamless."
They say that along with Presidential tweets, EduBirdie will also help out with other writing projects Trump may take up in the years to come.
If they're looking for other clients, they may want to check out Kevin Hart.