Usually when people are talking about President Donald Trump's tweets, it's because he's lying about his performance as president or trying to instigate a war with North Korea. But now we have a story about his Twitter account that doesn't involve the possible breakout of World War 3 (or so we hope).
Trump tweeted a happy birthday message to country singer Lee Greenwood earlier today. Greenwood sang "God Bless the USA" earlier this year at Trump's inauguration concert. So it would make sense for the president to give the singer a public birthday message.
Unfortunately, Trump tagged the Twitter account "@leegreenwood83" in his tweet. Unfortunately, the country singer's twitter handle is "@TheLeeGreenwood."
Ironically, the Lee Greenwood Trump tagged in his tweet is not a fan of the president.
Like with many of Trump's terrible tweets, social media was quick to jump on him for this mistake.
I screenshot this because it’ll most likely be deleted. Why? Mr. “I’m so smart, Ivy League educated” Trump tweeted the wrong Lee Greenwood.😳 pic.twitter.com/1Ak1IIgdNG— Jody DelBrocco (@JodyDelBrocco) October 27, 2017
trump cant even tag the right Lee Greenwood on twitter and you guys are expecting him to solve the opioid crisis.. pic.twitter.com/kJUHWFYDh2— RespectMyGame 💅🏽 (@battletested5) October 27, 2017
But at least the fake Lee Greenwood took it all in stride.
I can confirm I have not...— Lee Greenwood (@leegreenwood83) October 27, 2017
The tweet was up for about an hour before Trump deleted it and replaced it with the Twitter account for the actual Lee Greenwood.
Gotta love a president who appreciates the details!