Ivanka Trump probably should have run a cheeky spell check on her tweet Tuesday, which congratulated Boris Johnson, next prime minister of the United Kingdom.
Only problem? The president’s daughter and senior advisor wrote it a little differently.
“Congratulations @BorisJohnson on becoming the next Prime Minister of the United Kingston,” she wrote on Tuesday in a tweet that has since been deleted.
It shouldn’t be surprising — Trump spelling errors on Twitter seem to be a constant occurrence these days — with most of them being quietly deleted and reposted sans error. The most recent humdinger of an error was Donald Trump’s well-memed “Prince of Whales” tweet.
Set to replace Theresa May, Johnson will become the next prime minister of the UK on Wednesday, after being elected leader of the Conservative party on Tuesday.
Trump, a vocal supporter of Johnson, tweeted his own congratulatory message for the new PM.
For once he managed to at least type the correct place.