President Trump came under a lot of fire after meeting with the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin. Some felt that President Trump did not stand fought against Putin and even sided with him over U.S. officials regarding elation fraud.
However, President Trump was determined to write the wrong and clarify what he meant. He prepared remarks on Tuesday to read to a camera. When the camera zoomed in on his notes, they caught something in particular that caused an uproar on social media.
As Trump read from his paper, it was clear that he had written four words in big, black letters. He definitely wanted to make sure he said them and that his message was clear.
"President Trump's prepared remarks on Tuesday aimed at walking back his comments that he doubted whether Russia interfered in the 2016 election included a handwritten note emphasizing that 'there was no collusion,'" reported The Hill.
Many people were brutal on Twitter and mocked the President. It didn't help matters that the word "collusion" was only misspelled. Either way, President Trump's message was crystal clear.
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