Kimmel Introduces New Board Game That Mocks Trump’s Spelling: ‘SCRABULL’


On Wednesday night, Jimmy Kimmel had some fun at the expense of President Donald Trump over his often spelling error-filled tweets.

During his tweet storm slamming the ongoing Russia investigation being conducted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, Trump began a tweet which included a “smocking gun.”

“What the hell is a ‘smocking gun?'” Kimmel asked.

Fortunately for him, he tracked one down and demonstrated an actual “smocking gun” on his security guard sidekick Guillermo Rodriguez, which is literally a gun that shoots a mock onto someone.

“Spelling, as you know, is not the president’s strong suit,” Kimmel said. “In fact, he spells ‘suit’ with two Os.”

Kimmel told his crowd that Trump is “cashing in” on his inability to spell with a new board game.

The mock commercial begins with two children playing Scrabble, one of the “same old word games,” and instead “Trump up” their game with “Scrabull.”

“Spell words the presidential way!” the announcer tells the children.

The game comes with “pure elephant tusk tiles,” a “real velvet MAGA BAGA,” and two border walls so other players can’t look at your letters.

It also has new bonus squares like “Yuge Letter Score,” “Bigly Word Score,” and “The Most Points in the History of Points.”

Obviously, such words allowed in this game include “covfefe,” “unpresidented,” “councel” and “honered.” Plus, players can use exclamation point tiles that are worth 18 points each.

Watch the clip above, via ABC.

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