'Scott Free' or 'scot-free'? Even Merriam-Webster mocked Trump's typo

Donald Trump views damage from wildfires in Malibu, Calif., on Nov, 17, 2018. (Photo: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)

President Trump’s Twitter rant against former personal attorney Michael Cohen made headlines Monday, but it was a typo that really stole the show. In a flurry of tweets, Trump argued that Cohen — who recently pleaded guilty to lying to Congress — shouldn’t get off scot-free … except he wrote “Scott Free,” kind of like the name of a person.

The gaffe delighted Twitter, with even Merriam-Webster throwing some shade.

Chrissy Teigen was a little less PC, writing, “f***ing dumbass thinks Scott Free is a person.”

“Scott Free” has been trending for hours.

This is a perfect example of why many people are against Twitter adding an “edit” button. (Sorry, Kim Kardashian!)

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