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"Does The Prince Of Whales Rule Over Dolphins Too?": US President Donald Trump Gets Trolled Over His Typo On Prince Charles

Written By Aishwaria Sonavane | Mumbai | Published:


  • US President Donald Trump gets trolled for referring to Prince Charles as 'Prince of Whales'
  • This occurred when the US President was bragging of meeting 'foreign governments' every day

In another err, US President Donald Trump and his tweet has again found itself under the spotlight, this time with a typo, causing a tsunami of trolls. 

The President of United States while boasting about how he meets and talks to the foreign government every day, said that he recently met the "Prince of Whales" instead of Prince of Wales, Charles, the heir apparent to the British throne as the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth. 

His tweet read: "I meet and talk to 'foreign governments' every day.

"I just met with the Queen of England (U.K.), the Prince of Whales, the P.M. of the United Kingdom, the P.M. of Ireland, the President of France and the President of Poland.

"We talked about "Everything!" Should I immediately call the FBI about these calls and meetings? How ridiculous! I would never be trusted again.

"With that being said, my full answer is rarely played by the Fake News Media. They purposely leave out the part that matters."

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Subsequently, Trump mended the error and reposted the tweet, however, it was too late. Twitteratis were already asking the US President, Narwhal, Beluga or Humpback?

However, the UK visit in the first week of June that Trump was referring to, did not go down all that well for the US President. 

From calling the Mayor of London a 'stone cold loser' to breaking the Royal protocol and the good old' Donald Trump baby blimp, a lot went downhill during his visit. 

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