Donald Trump embarrasses himself again, calls Prince Charles "Prince of Whales"

Clay Curtis
June 16, 2019

Referring to his state visit last week, Mr Trump tweeted: 'I meet and talk to "foreign governments" every day.

Trump deleted the tweet and corrected the spelling, but the Aquaman spinoff "Prince of Whales" continued to be the number one trend.

Thursday's tweet isn't the first time Trump has made headlines for sloppy spelling.

Others on Twitter also shared jokes and amusing Photoshops.

Trump was responding to an interview he gave to ABC on Wednesday night, where he said he wouldn't necessarily alert the Federal Bureau of Investigation if a foreign Government offered him information on a presidential rival in the 2020 elections.

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'Should I immediately call the Federal Bureau of Investigation about these calls and meetings?

President Trump regularly tweets about the "fake news media", but it seems he's shared a bit of fake news himself with a recent royal blunder. How ridiculous! I'd by no manner be trusted again. They purposely leave out the part that matters'. In what was rather a hilarious error, Trump called him "Prince of Whales". Unfortunately and predictably for the president, he confused Wales (the country that's part of the United Kingdom) with whales (the lovable sea mammals).

Others pointed out that the Queen of England is not the correct title for Queen Elizabeth II, who is actually Queen of the United Kingdom, although Mr Trump did write 'U.K.' in brackets.

He's previously misspelled "heal" as "heel" and "honored" as "honered" in various tweets, and misspelled the name of Republican Karen Handel during the special election for Georgia's sixth congressional district.

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