President Trump's Twitter misspellings create spike in dictionary searches

President Trump’s Twitter gaffes have reportedly led to a surge in online searches for words he’s misspelled, according to a new report from dictionary.com.

The significant example was his misspelling of the three-letter word “tap,” when claiming former President Obama tapped his phones during the election.

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Searches regarding using two p’s in “tap” surged a whopping 46,300% according to the site.

After Trump called Senator Bob Corker “liddle” in a tweet — searches jumped 4,900%.

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And searches for the word “honered” — spelled with only one “o” — increased by 3,850% after a spelling flub by the president.

Other words that saw a spike in searches after POTUS tweeted them include the wrong version of “heeling” and a misspelling of “dying.”

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