The hallmark of President Trump\u2019s Twitter feed is that it sounds like him \u2014 grammatical miscues and all.\r\nBut it\u2019s not always Trump tapping out a Tweet, even when it sounds like his voice. West Wing employees who draft proposed tweets intentionally employ suspect grammar and staccato syntax in order to mimic the president\u2019s style, according to two people familiar with the process.\r\nThey overuse the exclamation point! They Capitalize random words for emphasis. Fragments. Loosely connected ideas. All part of a process that is not as spontaneous as Trump\u2019s Twitter feed often appears.\r\n\r\n\u00a0\r\nPresidential speechwriters have always sought to channel their bosses\u2019 style and cadence, but Trump\u2019s team is blazing new ground with its approach to his favorite means of instant communication. Some staff members even relish the scoldings Trump gets from elites shocked by the Trumpian language they strive to imitate, believing that debates over presidential typos fortify the belief within his base that he has the common touch.