Two years of Donald Trump's presidency 'stollen'

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07 May 2019

How Trump's incessant whining led us to a delicious bread

Say what you want about United States President Donald Trump. At least we know he's the one managing his own social media. Nobody would pay anyone to spill that amount of nonsense out into the world.

Recently, however, while Trump was complaining about his term (as he does), he accidentally directed us to a 14th-century traditional German holiday bread.

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They have stollen two years of my (our) Presidency: Trump

They have stollen two years of my (our) Presidency: Trump

In a now-deleted tweet dated May 5, the US President wrote, "Despite the tremendous success that I have had as President, including perhaps the greatest ECONOMY and most successful first two years of any President in history, they have stollen two years of my (our) Presidency (Collusion Delusion) that we will never be able to get back."

The typo was later corrected.

Here is Trump's tweet with the error corrected

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What is Stollen?

Stollen reportedly dates back to the year 1329. It's a German bread made with candied or dried fruits, nuts, and spices, and coated with icing sugar. Traditionally, Stollen is consumed around Christmas, when it's called Weihnachtsstollen, derived from "Weihnachten"(Christmas), or Christstollen (derived from Christ).

Response

'Perhaps he's missing a loaf of bread,' quips Twitter user

Almost immediately, the tweet brought back fond memories of the German baked good, usually consumed during the holiday season, for some people who then shared it with the rest of Twitterverse.

"Perhaps he's missing a loaf of bread. I've got a good recipe if he needs it," wrote one Twitter user.

"Get the stollen cakes in! Make Christmas come early," stated another.

Trump took five hours to correct 'stollen,' netizen points out

There's a special Republican dinner

Have the Democrats turned the White House into a bread?

History

'Stollen,' 'covfefe,' 'unpresidented'... the list is ever-expanding

'Stollen,' 'covfefe,' 'unpresidented'... the list is ever-expanding

The US President is quite prone to posting tweets with typographical errors.

In the past, he has started many a laugh riot on Twitter with his misspellings.

The most popular ones include "hamberders," "unpresidented," "honered, "councel" and our personal favorite "covfefe."

You can be the most powerful person on Earth, but sometimes you just don't know how to S-P-E-L-L.

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