Monday, President Donald Trump joined Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland, for a closed door meeting. In the lead up to the meeting, the U.S. President faced heavy criticism for a tweet blaming the United States' "foolishness" and "stupidity" for poor relations with Russia.
The tweet faced further scrutiny when the Russian government official English language Twitter account retweeted Trump's post under their own comment of "We agree."
Then, after holding his private one on one meeting with Putin, the President again faced stern rebukes for his remarks during a joint press conference. The hashtag #TreasonSummit trended heavily on social media in the wake of the press conference.
And online resources Dictionary.com —and their sister site Thesaurus.com— decided to help out.
In a series of tweets, Dictionary.com offered some helpful words for the President and United States citizens in the aftermath of the Helsinki meeting.
Patriot: A person who loves, supports, and defends his or her country and its interests with devotion. Traitor: A… https://t.co/gPx1XMYF9n— Dictionary.com (@Dictionary.com) 1531760602.0
Responsible means "answerable or accountable, as for something within one's power, control, or management." Behold… https://t.co/sMmFjOcnL8— Dictionary.com (@Dictionary.com) 1531756045.0
No stranger to the https://t.co/EoMLt7nGp1 trending list, John Brennan has done it again. Searches for "imbecilic… https://t.co/kJQjmsLfJl— Dictionary.com (@Dictionary.com) 1531757315.0
Quisling: A person who betrays his or her own country by aiding an invading enemy, often serving later in a puppet… https://t.co/sI658naBnG— Dictionary.com (@Dictionary.com) 1531786684.0
Denial: An assertion that something said, believed, alleged, etc., is false. Also denial: Disbelief in the existen… https://t.co/Ur7h3kY2Kg— Dictionary.com (@Dictionary.com) 1531837602.0
Not to be outdone, Thesaurus.com offered their linguistic assistance as well.
Disaster is one word. Calamity, catastrophe, debacle and fiasco are four other ways to say the same thing.… https://t.co/GtDLbUd5mV— Thesaurus.com (@Thesaurus.com) 1531757718.0
Rat and fink are synonyms of one another, and yet they're often put together to form one word: Ratfink. https://t.co/zZfPVIsaQg— Thesaurus.com (@Thesaurus.com) 1531800783.0
This is not the first time either Twitter account has sought to help the President, his supporters like Roy Moore or the public dealing with them, out.
In the past they've offered these words of assistance as well.
Searches for the meaning of "foe" have 🚀 on https://t.co/EoMLt7nGp1 today. The word means "a person belonging to a… https://t.co/r14suTht8u— Dictionary.com (@Dictionary.com) 1531675526.0
Currently trending on https://t.co/EoMLt7nGp1: Ally. If you're one of the people wondering if it still means what… https://t.co/ht3U44XvOw— Dictionary.com (@Dictionary.com) 1531676761.0
False and inaccurate are both synonymous with misleading. https://t.co/75nSYfSLbF https://t.co/mblV7vxSIf— Thesaurus.com (@Thesaurus.com) 1531596999.0
Great Britain: Since 1707, this name has applied politically to England, Scotland, and Wales. United Kingdom: A ki… https://t.co/I0suvzOauz— Dictionary.com (@Dictionary.com) 1531614835.0
If you've been tricked, you've also been bamboozled, duped, and hoodwinked. https://t.co/S4qRwGRCXz https://t.co/yakkgBQ6YR— Thesaurus.com (@Thesaurus.com) 1531428211.0
Immigrants. They get the job done. #AlexanderHamilton #HisNameIsAlexanderHamilton https://t.co/PEYlKyYJAB— Dictionary.com (@Dictionary.com) 1531691221.0
The Twittersphere quickly responded to the latest posts of helpful words to know.
@thesauruscom We must not forget my favorite word, #kakistocracy, which aptly describes the #45 “government”.— SDC in Vancouver (@SDC in Vancouver) 1531800455.0
@thesauruscom @RutiRegan https://t.co/zWu3Ci8sXn— Rabbit (@Rabbit) 1531797719.0
@thesauruscom Oh @thesauruscom. I am sorry I didn’t follow you earlier. Before now. Previously.— RosieRevereEngineer (@RosieRevereEngineer) 1531800153.0
@thesauruscom @Dictionarycom Get out your sunglasses because https://t.co/bZBYDkS2Si & @dictionary.com are putting… https://t.co/IC3PkoGXLT— Pat (@Pat) 1531832823.0
@Dictionarycom I could not respect and admire this account more than I do right now. Also, the dictionary is takin… https://t.co/XkTB9mWTAj— Michael Lyons (@Michael Lyons) 1531763789.0
@Dictionarycom The shade!!!!!!!!! https://t.co/0zBZ5ItauA— MrsBundrige (@MrsBundrige) 1531760922.0
@Dictionarycom Never thought I’d be in love with a dictionary, yet here I am.— Miranda H (@Miranda H) 1531761600.0
@thesauruscom Burn Level: https://t.co/E7OLd8BobM— ACupOfPissedMiss (@ACupOfPissedMiss) 1531801209.0
@Dictionarycom https://t.co/MnFKYMMjXm— DJ Banana-Ramen 🍌🍜 (@DJ Banana-Ramen 🍌🍜) 1531761579.0
@thesauruscom @AshaRangappa_ Oh snap https://t.co/AzVFc38whV— Perfectly Normal Collar (@Perfectly Normal Collar) 1531792727.0