Spell check, anyone?
Donald Trump Jr., 41, was mocked for a pre-dawn tweet Thursday after he mistakenly referred to “Saturday Night Live” as “S&L,” an acronym for savings and loans, rather than “SNL.”
In the tweet, Trump Jr. quoted a Republican’s take on the 2020 Democratic platform, describing it as “almost like a funny version of an S&L sketch.”
But “Saturday Night Live” cast member Mikey Day’s Trump Jr. impression will go to waste this weekend, just when the president’s eldest son has given him a perfect excuse to suit up and slick back his hair. The show returns with a fresh episode on Feb. 9.
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In the meantime, Twitter was happy to step in for the “SNL” writers. Here are a few of their funniest lines:
“Live from New York, It’s Savings and Loans!!” one user joked.
Another user simply created a new graphic with the show’s iconic intro.
And several users quipped that Twitter typos run in the Trump family.
Others took the opportunity to compare Trump Jr. to his brother Eric.
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