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    Trump's tweet gaffe has made social media users scratch their heads and try to guess why the FBI would give "text massages," whatever that means, to Andrew McCabe.

    On Saturday, in his stinging Twitter tirade against the FBI probe into Russia's alleged US election meddling, President Donald Trump wrote "text massages" instead of "text messages." The rant was deleted and then retweeted without the typo.

    The gaffe caused some internet users to raise their eyebrows.

    Others deemed that such a massage isn't a bad thing, in fact.

    Obviously, now is the best time for suggestions regarding the price tag for the "text massage" service.

    Donald Trump, an avid Twitter enthusiast, comes up with confusing posts once in a while that cause a firestorm on social media. Some of his "tweet highlights" include misspelling his wife Melania's name and "press conference" as "press covfefe."


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