Donald Trump ridiculed after calling Prince Charles 'The Prince of Whales'



"Can we PLEASE stop mocking his illiteracy for writing Prince of Whales and THANK his thoughtful parentheses for teaching us all that the Queen of England is from the United Kingdom?"

US President Donald Trump insisted on Friday that Britain's Queen Elizabeth II had more fun with him during his state visit to the United Kingdom this month than she has had in more than two decades. With that being said, my full answer is rarely played by the Fake News Media.

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

One joker wrote: 'Who is next?

He also met Prime Minister Theresa May. The King of Kong?

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Of course, it's rather unlikely that the British royal family is planning to hack into the campaigns of any Democrat. "Tremendous crowds of well wishers and people that love our Country", Trump tweeted after the visit, adding that he didn't see any protests but was "sure the Fake News will be working hard to find them".

Trump's tweet has since been deleted and reposted without the typo, but Twitter users were quick to catch the error with screenshots. I threatened him with plankton tariffs, OK?

His remarks are of interest in the US due to ongoing claims of Russian involvement in his election campaign. Because Prince Charles is the Prince of Wales-a title given to the U.K.'s heir apparent, referencing the region of Wales-and not, in fact, the prince of large sea mammals.

The US President posted the tweet this afternoon in which he spoke about meeting "the Prince of Whales" on his recent trip to London.

When he was President-elect in 2016, he misspelled unprecedented in the tweet: 'China steals United States Navy research drone in global waters - rips it out of water and takes it to China in unpresidented act'.

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