Donald Trump has this nasty little habit of firing off tweets with a whole lot of words and very little actual thought behind them — often leading to a plethora of typos, grammatical errors, and spelling errors that aren’t particularly becoming of someone that’s supposed to be a world leader.
But as it turns out, Donald isn’t the only Trump that seems to have this particular issue.
The First Couple is scheduled to make a trip to India next week where they will be hosted by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in connection to the country’s increasing economic power as well as the growing relationship enjoyed by the two world leaders.
During the visit, set to take place on February 24th and 25th, Donald and Melania will be hosted by Modi both in the northern capital of New Delhi and the western city Ahmedabad — the latter of which Trump’s White House put extra emphasis on in a statement, saying, “During a phone call over the weekend, President Trump and Prime Minister Modi agreed the trip will further strengthen the United States-India strategic partnership and highlight the strong and enduring bonds between the American and Indian people.”
“The President and The First Lady will travel to New Delhi and Ahmedabad, which is in Prime Minister Modi’s home state of Gujarat and played such an important role in Mahatma Gandhi’s life and leadership of the Indian independence movement,” the statement continued.
The First Couple’s India trip comes on the heels of Modi’s visit to the US back in September where he not only met with Trump but co-hosted a huge Trump rally titled, “Howdy, Modi.”
To gear up for the impending trip, the First Lady pushed out a tweet that obviously didn’t make it through spell check before publishing, as the name of the city she would soon be visiting, New Delhi, is misspelled as “New Dehli.”
Twitter users were quick to call the First Lady out of her rushed screw up of a tweet:
It’s New Delhi! First spell, then travel.
— Sara Nanai (@SaraNanai) February 12, 2020
New Delhi. D-e-l-h-i. How embarrassing.
— TheRealNormaJean (@TheRealNormaJ) February 12, 2020
— Sima Aharon (@swon26) February 12, 2020
— Jay (@jay_7373) February 12, 2020
You have misspelled New Delhi oh many language speaking one…
— my little Blissfully Married scullion (@LittleScullion) February 14, 2020
Typos happen to everyone, folks. There’s been many a day my editor was exasperated with me. However, when you’re the First Lady of the United States, it seems that someone, anyone, could be a tiny bit more observatory.
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