In a since-corrected tweet, Trump tweeted that he had met the "Prince of Whales" in response to articles written after an ABC news interview, where he said he would listen if a foreign government gave him information on political opponents without necessarily reporting it to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. We talked about "Everything!" How ridiculous! I would never be trusted again.
"With that being said, my full answer is rarely played by the Fake News Media".
Yesterday, Donald Trump faced significant backlash after saying in an interview that he'd likely accept covert information on his political opponents, if it were offered to him by a foreign government. "They purposely leave out the part that matters".
Donald Trump has named Prince Charles as the Prince of "Whales".
The heir to the throne, who is, in fact, the Prince of Wales, met President Trump during his state visit to the United Kingdom earlier this month. Wales is one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom, along with England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Trump, whether of his own accord or perhaps after seeing a host mock-ups of Charles with a dorsal fin posted in reply, deleted the tweet and corrected it to the proper spelling.
Scroll through to see reactions to Trump's "Prince of Whales" tweet.
Apparently he was a little confused about what exactly Charles is prince of, tweeting that he met with "the Prince of Whales" while in the UK.
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