Don’t be surprised if you see President Donald Trump tweeting about the “failing” New York Times again based on a recent mistake. The New York Times, which Trump has called “fake news,” mistakenly referred to Trump’s daughter Ivanka as his wife. They later issued a correction.

The correction was made in an interactive article about Trump’s visits to his properties, including Mar-a-Lago and Trump International Golf Club. In one section, his wife is mentioned during a trip to Mar-a-Lago. Melania’s name, however, was not initially written—but that of his daughter, Ivanka. “Because of an editing error, an earlier version of this article misidentified Ivanka Trump as President Trump’s wife,” the correction reads. “His wife is Melania. Ivanka is one of his daughters.”

The awkward mistake was caught by many on social media, especially given the role Ivanka has played in the White House since Trump’s presidential inauguration. Ivanka currently has a formal White House role assisting her father. Her husband Jared Kushner also has a position. Both are unpaid. The first daughter also has a West Wing office, which many social media users criticized. The First Lady is still living in New York City with son Barron while he finishes school. They are expected to move into the White House after the school year ends.

See how social media reacted to the awkward mistake below:

Social Media Reacts to New York Times’ Ivanka Trump Correction

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