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Trump Gets Ridiculed By Internet After Calling Prince Charles ‘Prince Of Whales’

Left image via Frederic Legrand – COMEO /, right image

Trump found himself flooded with jokes after referring to the Prince of Wales as the “Prince of Whales” in a tweet.

BBC reported that the US president would not dismiss a foreign government if it provided damaging information about his political rival, and refused to automatically escalate suspicious issues to the FBI. Trump hit back at the publication, arguing that its report was “fake news.”

On Twitter, he stated that he met “foreign governments every day,” including Queen of England and the “Prince of Whales”—referring to Prince Charles. He immediately deleted his tweet and corrected his error in the new one but internet users were quick to screengrab his mistake.

Social media users came up with the best impressions of how “Prince of Whales” might look like. Take a look at some hilarious ones below.

Somebody’s watched Aquaman one too many times.

— hend amry (@LibyaLiberty) June 13, 2019

The Prince of Whales, pictured earlier today

— Graeme Demianyk (@GraemeDemianyk) June 13, 2019


— Sven Henrich (@NorthmanTrader) June 13, 2019

Big Prince of Whales fan

— General Boles (@GeneralBoles) June 13, 2019

“The Prince of Whales”

— Daniel Chapman (@DanielChappers) June 13, 2019

Yes it does it exist!
Why do you think I am stupid?#PrinceOfWhales

— Extreme Donald Trump (@ExtremeDonTrump) June 14, 2019


— Born Miserable (@bornmiserable) June 13, 2019

(from Trump's memoir) … I remember the day so well. The Prince of Whales and I. He rode Winston. I astride Folly May. A brief jaunt in the Channel, and then tea and snackies at the palace. #PrinceOfWhales

— MillerMakesItRight is Fiction (@MillerBeerCam) June 13, 2019

No ragretts!!!!

Thanks Hazel, you made my day!#princeofwhales

— Waldir Nonato (@wnonato) June 13, 2019

[via BBC, opening image via Frederic Legrand – COMEO /,]

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