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

Trump mocked for 'Prince of Whales' tweet

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

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

Trump's tweets were an apparent response to criticism of comments he made on Sunday that he would accept information from a foreign government that was damaging to an election opponent, without reporting it to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The president, who met the Royal Family in the United Kingdom last week, accidentally called Charles "the Prince of Whales" instead of "Wales". For those not familiar with the geography of the United Kingdom, Wales is a small country of three million people on England's western border.

President Donald Trump is defending his recent controversial comments to Good Morning America anchor George Stephanopoulos earlier this week in which he admitted that he would be open to hearing opposition research on political foes provided by foreign governments. 'Should I immediately call the Federal Bureau of Investigation about these calls and meetings?

Or does he literally believe that Charles is the heir to the throne of a species of enormous aquatic mammals?

The tweet was then deleted and a new tweet was sent out with the error corrected. "If we are to secure justice and ensure this never happens again, we must impeach him".

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. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) called Trump's remarks "disgraceful," and the fact that he made them from the Oval Office "proves you're unfit for the office you hold".

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