- “…Trump’s anticipation of the release of stolen Democratic emails in 2016 by WikiLeaks.”
For a second there, I thought WikiLeaks wrote the stolen Democratic emails.
Which would be a pretty weird new storyline, wouldn’t it.
(Honestly, there are so many prepositional phrases in this sentence — (1) on Friday, (2) of lying (3) to Congress (4) in a case, (5) on President Donald Trump’s anticipation, (6) of the release, (7) of stolen Democratic emails, (8) in 2016, (9) by WikiLeaks … I almost suspect that some CNN writer is getting a per-prepositional-phrase commission. Would that be legal?)
- “…Trump’s anticipation of the release of Democratic emails stolen in 2016 by WikiLeaks.”
There. All better now.