Unpresidented Donald Trump makes a simple Twitter goof

But, a social media outrage in Twitter forced the account to come with the correct spelling unprecedented soon, after deleting the former tweet, reported Guadian

Unpresidented Donald Trump makes a simple Twitter goof

US President-elect Donald Trump has been mocked for his “unpresidented act” comments that appeared on Twitter on China when he accused China of seizing an unmanned American submarine in Chinese waters this week.

But, a social media outrage in Twitter forced the account to come with the correct spelling unprecedented soon,after deleting the former tweet, reported Guadian.

However, the Trump tweet had gone viral as by this time, the social media was  abuzz with  his “unpresidented act” comment.



“China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters – rips it out of water and takes it to China in unpresidented act,” Trump tweeted.

Experts say, the tweet is going to deteriorate the already strained relationship between US and China, especially in the context of Trump’s views on trade and policy towards Taiwan. 
Reacting to Trump’s tweet,  China’s foreign ministry stated it is trying to identify  the vehicle from US, possibly a “glider” used to collect unclassified scientific data.

Last  Friday, in a press briefing President Barack Obama asked Trump not to worsen relations with China by his actions that may lead to a “full conflict mode”. Obama cautioned him after hearing about Trump’s phone call with Taiwanese president in December, defying former conventions.


Also he used an interview with the Fox News interview to criticise US “one China” policy on Taiwan, which irked Obama. “The idea of ‘One China’ is at the heart of their conception as a nation,” Obama told Trump, “and so if you are going to upend this understanding, you have to have thought through what are the consequences, Obama said.


“Because the Chinese will not treat that the way they will treat some other issues. They won’t even treat it the way they treat issues around the South China Sea, where we have had a lot of tensions. This goes to the core of how they see themselves and their reaction on this issue could end up being very significant, ” he further added.

According to Pentagon, Chinese Navy hold up the vehicle, in international waters, near the Philippines, adding that it was working for a US' USS Bowditch.