Trump’s tweets include grammatical errors. And some are on purpose

US President Donald Trump speaks during the swearing-in ceremony for Gina Haspel as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency at CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia, May 21, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / SAUL LOEBSAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images

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President Trump’s tweets aren’t as spontaneous as they appear. Some are written by White House staffers, who mimic the president’s style, including his suspect grammar and syntax.

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Netflix says that it has reached a deal with Barack and Michelle Obama to produce material for the streaming service.

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Once the club lets you in, your job is to defend fellow club members.

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The plan includes measures to beef up ethics laws, protect voting rights, and overhaul campaign finance rules.

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Don Blankenship announced that he will run as a third-party candidate in West Virginia, which might violate state law.

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Georgia’s Democratic voters have turned out in force in early voting, an encouraging signal for the party.

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Maine governor stumps for Mass. US Senate candidate

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Former W.Va. coal executive to pursue Senate seat despite GOP primary loss

Don Blankenship announced that he will run as a third-party candidate in West Virginia, which might violate state law.

Trump’s tweets include grammatical errors. And some are on purpose

President Trump’s tweets aren’t as spontaneous as they appear. Some are written by White House staffers, who mimic the president’s style, including his suspect grammar and syntax.

Georgia vote to test comeback strategy for Democrats

Georgia’s Democratic voters have turned out in force in early voting, an encouraging signal for the party.

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Frank Phillips is the State House bureau chief. He has covered politics for decades for the Boston Globe.

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Akilah Johnson has been a reporter with the Globe since 2010, covering neighborhoods, Boston’s mayor’s race, and the crosscurrents of race and ethnicity in the city.

Joshua Miller

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Joshua Miller covers politics for the Globe. A Massachusetts native and graduate of Bowdoin College, Miller worked in Washington, D.C., before joining the paper in 2013.

James Pindell

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Evan Horowitz digs through data to find information that illuminates the policy issues facing Massachusetts and the US.