Merriam-Webster Tried To Make Sense Of Donald Trump During The Presidential Debate

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Many viewers likely found it challenging to make sense of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s responses during Sunday night’s debate. So the editors behind Merriam-Webster thought they would help out.






The dictionary’s Twitter account confirmed that some words Trump said do, in fact, exist:










The tome also provided a definition of the term Trump used to describe the lewd, disgusting comments he made about trying to have sex with a married women and saying he can grab women by their genitals because he is a celebrity.






Either way, a dictionary can only provide so much insight into Trump’s rambling responses.



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Editor’s note: Donald Trump regularly
incites
political violence
and is a
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,
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,
racist,
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>birther
who has
repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from
entering the U.S.

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