America, meet... Mike Pounce.
Speaking at an event in Baltimore on Thursday night, Trump started ticking off a list of names of GOP luminaries at the event.
Except when he got to Pence, he botched it:
Twitter users were quick to pounce on the flub:
meanwhile the president just called his Vice President Mike Pounce so everything is fine— Kate Bennett (@KateBennett_DC) September 13, 2019
The day after he will claim his name has always been Mike Pounce.— Marc Wilson (@sparcus87) September 13, 2019
Mike Pounce, Scott Free, Tim Apple, Marillyn Lockheed, Pleasure not Paradise, Moon of Mars, Kidney in the Heart, Frederick Douglass’ great things, Covfefe, hamberders, wheel that is older than the wall, people being massacred in Bowling Green, smocking guns. All good, right?— Trent Capelli (@TrentCapelli) September 13, 2019
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