There was that one now-infamous letter of intent Trump signed in 2016…
Trump is of course concerned that his MOU with the Kremlin re Trump Tower Moscow, which he signed, might be considered a true quid in return for the quo of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
— DesGlobal (@dspalten) February 24, 2019
RL should have explained that an MOU is not just a letter of intent like the LOI Trump signed during the presidential campaign to build Trump Moscow, the Spa by Ivanka, Putin's Penthouse, etc.
— American Moronicle (@AmericanMoronic) February 23, 2019
The best words and the best deals, eh?
Translation: Trump has signed a bunch of MOUs he thought he could ignore because he didn't think they were binding.
— George Peterson 🌊 (@petersongeorged) February 23, 2019
Of all the things to not understand…
— Dr. Crommunist, PhD (@Crommunist) February 24, 2019
Note that trade chief correct while Trump ignorant. Trump only satisfied when trade chief changed correct term “MOU” for “trade agreement” while Chinese trade rep laughs in Trump’s face. Some negotiator – Trump does not even know meaning of key terms.
— D'Anne Brownell (@2Hearts) February 25, 2019
Perhaps a retitling is in order.
A memorandum of misunderstanding
— Howard Rogers (@Pr1nceOfDarknes) February 23, 2019
Trump really really does not like being wrong.
President Trump gets a mistaken idea in his head rooted in his own ignorance. Then, after someone clearly explains the idea is incorrect, he demonstrates that he would rather keep the mistaken idea than correct it.
— (((Charlie Mas))) (@charlie_mas) February 24, 2019
They're so used to arguing they no longer notice that it's abnormal.
— 👽hUmAnIsT👽 (@antitheticate) February 23, 2019
So much for the art of dealmaking.