Published: Sun, June 16, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Donald Trump refers to Prince Charles as 'Prince of Whales' in tweet

Donald Trump refers to Prince Charles as 'Prince of Whales' in tweet

Twitter was abuzz with reaction to Donald Trump's latest social media gaffe, after the United States president referred to Prince Charles as "the Prince of Whales".

Instead of addressing Prince Charles as the Prince of Wales, he said he was the Prince of "Whales" instead.

Relating to his fresh United Kingdom articulate search recommendation from, the president on the origin wrote on Twitter: "I meet and snarl over with "international governments" on each day basis".

'We talked about "Everything!"

Donald Trump told George Stephanopoulos that even though the Federal Bureau of Investigation says to call the Federal Bureau of Investigation if a rival government seeks to aid your political campaign, he would be down to hear any and all information that'll help him stay in power. How ridiculous! I would never be trusted again.

"With that being stated, my stout reply just isn't played by the Flawed News Media". They purposely leave out the part that matters'.

Even though the apparent spelling error in the president's tweet was swiftly corrected, plenty of netizens managed to take screenshots of the original and went on to mercilessly mock Trump over the blunder.

"Internet is forever. PRINCE OF WHALES!".

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"The president has moved into damage control mode after an interview he gave with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos this week in which he scoffed at the notion of reporting revelations of damaging information from a foreign source to US authorities".

The channel quoted him as saying: 'If somebody called from a country, Norway, [and said] "we have information on your opponent" - oh, I think I'd want to hear it'.

It was not the first time the president, a regular tweeter, has made mistakes in his social media posts.

His remarks are of interest in the USA due to ongoing claims of Russian involvement in his election campaign.

Mr Trump met the Prince of Wales last week during his state visit to the UK.

The tweet also included a Photoshopped picture of Donald Trump meeting with the company.

Spell check can't fix all your mistakes.

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