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


President Donald Trump's erratic spelling habits on Twitter spouted again Thursday when he wrote about having recently met with the "Prince of Whales" - that would be Charles, prince of Wales.

Mr Trump was defending his controversial comments that if foreign governments offered his campaign damaging information against a 2020 rival that "I think I'd want to hear it".

Wales is one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom, along with England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. We talked about "The whole lot!" He added: 'Should I immediately call the Federal Bureau of Investigation about these calls and meetings?

Trump subsequently deleted his tweet and corrected his error.

Prince Charles title, which is "Prince of Wales", was accidentally typed as "Prince of Whales" by the outspoken U.S. leader and th internet couldn't get enough, reported People.

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

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The president recently visited the United Kingdom on a state visit earlier this month, and spent time with Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Prince Harry and Prime Minister Theresa May, though he was met with protesters who flooded the streets in London and Portsmouth to denounce his visit.

In the tweet, he accused media reporting the statement of "fake news".

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

Prince Charles and Donald Trump attend a function during Trump's state visit.

But Trump furthermore suggested he doubted the science that reveals that the earth is getting hotter because of human explain, a predicament on which Charles has been an advocate for a world response.

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.