Trump's massive Prince Charles gaffe


Mr Trump made the mistake, intending to refer to Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, in response to articles following an ABC news interview.

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.

US President Donald Trump lauded his own diplomacy with royalty and foreign leaders, but mistakenly cast the heir to the British throne, Prince Charles, as the "Prince of Whales".

President Trump's confession that he would accept political dirt on his opponents from foreign powers set off a firestorm of tweets from the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. We talked about 'Everything!' Should I the Federal Bureau of Investigation about these calls and meetings? "If we are to secure justice and ensure this never happens again, we must impeach him".

He said he would listen if a foreign government gave damaging information about a political rival without necessarily reporting it to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. "They purposely leave out the part that matters".

Trump, who is an enthusiastic user of social media and has some 61 million Twitter followers, quickly corrected the original tweet. The tweet also included a Photoshopped picture of Donald Trump meeting with the company.

However, that didn't stop Victoria-based Prince of Whales Whale and Marine Life Adventures from getting on Twitter and having a bit of fun with the gaffe.