Donald Trump turned to Twitter earlier this week and sparked a mad feeding frenzy when he tweeted about the “Prince of Whales.”
There was something really fishy about Donald Trump’s tweet on Thursday, Trump tweeted, “I meet and talk to “foreign governments” every day. I just met with the Queen of England (UK), the Prince of Whales, the P.M. of the United Kingdom, the P.M. of Ireland, the President of France and the President of Poland. We talked about “Everything” should I immediately…”
“With that being said, my full answer is rarely played by the Fake News Media. They purposely leave out the part that matters.”
In the tweet, Trump was referring to Charles, the Prince of Wales. Trump’s spelling error created an endless wave of hilarity on social media. One Twitter user asked if Trump made the mistake on “porpoise.”
The tweet was live for about 25 minutes before Trump or someone in his administration fixed the error in the tweet, but the whale of a good time across social media continued.
Trump met the Prince of Wales last week during his state visit to the UK. Trump and his wife, Melania, had afternoon tea at Clarence House with Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall. They would later join the royal couple at Buckingham Palace for the lavish State Banquet.
Trump’s “Thar he blows again” tweet came as a direct response to an interview he had with journalist George Stephanopoulos. During the interview, Trump stated that he would be open to accepting “dirt” on his 2020 presidential opponents from a foreign power.
He said in the interview: “There’s nothing wrong with listening. If somebody called from a country – Norway – we have information on your opponent, oh, I think I’d want to hear it.”
Unlike with Russia, it appears that there is no significant evidence that the largest mammal in the world played any role in Trump’s 2016 presidential victory. Trump’s tweets have previously gifted the world the covfefe.
Back in May, the White House released a statement saying one of Trump’s goals during his trip to Israel was to “promote the possibility of lasting peach” in the region.
One of Trump’s most infamous typo occurred in December when he described the Chinese seizure of a US Navy drone as an “unpresidented act.”
Trump’s presidency launched with a rocky start, Grammarly speaking. Just one day after assuming the office, he tweeted that he was “honered to serve you, the great American People, as your 45th President of the United States!”