Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Donald Trump’s 10-Year-Old Grandson Tweets for His Grandpa Trump


By Robert W. Armijo

Donald Trump confirmed that he does not actually type out his Tweets for his Twitter account. 

“He dictates them to an aide who then types them out on the Twitter platform for him,” said spokesman for Trump.

However, someone from the Trump camp leaked out that the so-called aide that is doing the typing is actually Trump’s 10-year-old grandson. 

“That would explain the adolescent colloquial diction,” said Prof. Peter Johnson, a linguist who teaches at the University of Cassandra and who was a movie consultant on the Hollywood blockbuster, 'Arrival'".
  
According to Prof. Johnson, Trump’s Tweets are not merely being type out by his grandson, but they are being translated by the immature mind of a prepubescent a 10-year-old boy.  

“It is obvious the boy is translating his grandfather’s adult diction into the vocabulary his knows best and that is one of a minor,” said Prof. Johnson. 

Prof. Johnson points the over use of monosyllable sarcastic words as well like “Wow”, “Nice” and “Really???’

“Note the use of over punctuation in the use of the question mark with the use of the ‘Really,” said Prof. Johnson.  “It is an added infection to denote extreme sarcasm.”

According to Prof. Johnson, children often resort to sarcasm and extreme sacrum as a coping mechanism or tool to convey their frustration with a topic or subject that they really, really do not grasp or understand. 

Prof. Johnson says he is surprised that Trump’s grandson has not yet used emoji's as a new form of self expression.

“Perhaps he has not discovered that feature on his smart phone. Or he has not figured out how to override the parental lock on them just yet,” said Prof. Johnson. “And for good reason, too. You do not want a 10-year-old boy anywhere near the bomb emoji Tweeting for someone who has direct access to our nation’s nuclear codes. That could prove most disastrous in the end.”


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