President Donald Trump once said he has "the best words" while speaking at a campaign rally in December last year in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. He had said: "I know words, I have the best words."

However, Merriam-Webster won’t agree to that statement and neither will social media users. Since Trump won the presidency in November, he and his communications team have published an overwhelming number of official communications that contained typing mistakes, spelling errors and wrong usage of words. The president himself has mispronounced words several times, at meetings, press conferences, and other public appearances.

One of his most recent attempt includes mispronouncing "coca" as "cocoa" while talking about drug trafficking and production of the coca plant, during his joint conference Thursday with Colombian President  Juan Manuel Santos. Trump said the two nations needed to confront the dangerous cultivation of "cocoa." It appeared the president mispronounced coca plant, from which cocaine is cultivated.

In another recent tweet Thursday, Trump criticized the appointment of a special counsel for the investigation into the alleged Russia ties with the Trump campaign. "With all of the illegal acts that took place in the Clinton campaign & Obama Administration, there was never a special "councel" appointed!" the president first tweeted. However, it was soon taken down and a new tweet was put up to display the correct spelling.

Merriam-Webster took no time to poke fun at the president and explained the meaning of both words. They also tweeted Thursday, linking to another post on their website, which noted this was "the second time in ten days that the president has misspelled counsel on Twitter, the previous time in a tweet he posted May 8."

In January, during Trump's  first press conference since the election, several viewers and social media users noted the then president-elect had a very interesting way of pronouncing "industry." 

According to US Weekly, one Twitter user wrote: "Watching #Trump and focusing on his utterly weird pronunciation of 'industry' as a coping mechanism."

While another tweeted, "Trump cannot pronounce the word 'industry': he says 'inn-DUH-stree.'"

In October last year, Trump told Nevadans how to pronounce their state’s name correctly. However, his way of saying it was not exactly how it is pronounced.

"Heroin overdoses are surging and meth overdoses in Nevada — Nuh-VAH-da," he told a crowd in Reno, Nevada.

"And you know what I said? I said when I came out here, I said nobody says it the other day, has to be Nuh-VAH-da. And if you don't say it correctly, and it didn’t happen to me, but it happened to a friend of mine — he was killed."

However, the  state's name is generally pronounced "Nuh-VAD-uh."

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In April, Late Night Show host Seth Meyers poked fun at the president regarding his pronunciation of the word "Nazi" at the Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Days of Remembrance ceremony. Meyers jokingly said "Nazi" is not supposed to rhyme with Fozzie (as in Bear).

"Who can forget Hitler’s famous words: 'Waka. Waka waka!'" Meyers continued and then offered an apology for his remarks and said: "I’m sorry, I shouldn’t pick on him," he said of Trump. "I don’t want to be a grammar nozzie."