Donald Trump has complained about reporting his mispronunciation of "little" in a barely understood tweet in which he confuses an apostrophe for a dash.
Seems angered that his description of Congressman Adam Schiff as a "fad" was noted by US television news network CNN, the president took the usual early morning Twitter rant in which he also misspelled the word "description."  "To show you how dishonest the LameStream media was, I used the word Liddle," not Liddle, when describing [sic] corrupt Congressman Liddle "Adam Schiff," he said.
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He went on to the CNN proposal "deliberately pulled out the hyphen [sic] and said I spelled the word a little wrong. A small but never ending situation with CNN! "
On Thursday, Mr. Trump attacked the House Democrats' chairman of the House Intelligence Committee on Twitter, calling him" Liddle Adam Schiff. "
Mr Schiff, a key figure in seeking to launch impeachment proceedings against the president, led a "democratic fraud"
But today, the dressed leader turned his back on the media, looking criticized CNN for its initial report you yourself do tweet notes that business tycoon is misspelled word "little."  The shuffled tweet also refers to the only apostrophe Mr Trump inserts after the word 'lid' as a dash and seems to suggest that the information network did not intentionally mention this fact.
Mr Trump regularly uses his Twitter account to launch attacks against his political rivals and foes, along with an offensive epithet.
He famously called his Republican contender for the "low energy" Jeb Bush presidential post, as well as the "Hillary Clinton Curve" and "The False James Komi."
This latest tweet follows a growing scandal over his call to the leader of Ukraine in which he tried to persuade him to investigate allegations regarding Joe Biden's son, prompting Democrats in Congress to launch an impeachment investigation.
Mr Biden is the current favorite to become a Democratic candidate in the 2020 presidential election and has consistently been shown in opinion polls to have a significant lead over Mr Trump.
A senior former prosecutor said Thursday that Mr. Biden's son, Hunter, is not breaking laws in his business dealings in the country.
Shortly after his confused and misspelled attack on CNN, Mr Trump tweeted further criticism of Mr Schiff, accusing him of misleading Congress when he reported part of a transcript of the president's scandalous telephone conversation with Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelensky.  "He supposedly read the exact transcript of the call, but completely changed the words to sound awful, [sic] sounds guilty to me," Mr Trump tweeted.
According to a memorandum summarizing a call issued earlier this week by the White House, Mr. Trump has pressured his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate alleged corruption by Mr. Biden, whose son Hunter sits aboard a Ukrainian gas company.
He also reminded Mr. Zelensky that the United States was a significant ally of Ukraine, which sent much military assistance to the country in the war against Russia before asking the leader for "service" on Biden's issue.
Mr Biden denied any obscenity from him or his son, and so far no evidence has been shown linking the family to corruption in Ukraine.
On Thursday, Mr. Schiff satirically paraphrased what he believes Mr. Trump is really saying to Mr. Zelensky:
"This is the essence of what the president communicates. "We were very kind to your country. Very good. No other country has done as much as we have. But you know what, I don't see much reciprocity here.
"But I have the service I want from you, anyway … I want you to accumulate dirt on my political opponent, understand? A lot … on this and on this. "
Mr. Trump's reaction was this parody of the call, describing it in his Tweets as an attempt to" cheat the American public "and demanding Mr. Schiff resign.
His increasingly frequent and chaotic attacks. online come as Democrats in Congress continue to push for impeachment.
White House officials have appeared in the last 24 hours trying to hide the transcript of a telephone conversation on an ultra-secure computer server, which is usually stored for the most classified national security files.
An official written complaint by a member of the US intelligence agencies against Mr Trump's behavior towards Ukraine was also made public, raising deep concern among many Democrats and even some Republican politicians.
On Thursday, Mr Trump already came across unidentified White House officials who told an intelligence officer that he had signaled the phone call, likening them to "spies" and gloomily warning what punishment such "traitors" had received in the the old days ".