Donald Trump: US President in 'Prince of Whales' Twitter error

Remigio Civitarese
Giugno 14, 2019

Trump had meant to refer to Prince of Wales, Prince Charles.

"With that being said, my full answer is rarely played by the Fake News Media".

Referring to his recent United Kingdom state visit, the president initially wrote on Twitter: "I meet and talk to "foreign governments" every day". We talked about "Everything!"

Trump made a state visit to the United Kingdom earlier this month, meeting with Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II, Prime Minister Theresa May and other leaders.

The tweet was defending an interview with ABC News in which he said he would be open to accepting information on election opponents from Russian Federation or other foreign governments. "If we are to secure justice and ensure this never happens again, we must impeach him".

Trump, whether of his own accord or perhaps after seeing a host mock-ups of Charles with a dorsal fin posted in reply, deleted the tweet and corrected it to the proper spelling. "They purposely leave out the part that matters". But the misspelling of Prince Charles' title caused a splash online as waves of Twitter users swam in to have a whale of a time over the President's error.

While the state visit seemed to go down fairly well, Trump has now stuck his foot in his mouth with a hilarious mistake shared in a tweet.

The petulant tweets and unusual quotation marks around "everything" were also cause for discussion, but "Prince of Whales" took the cake online and has since inspired a smorgasbord of hilarious ocean-themed memes.

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