Twitter Users Titter At Trump's White House Chief Of Staff Hiring Gaffe

Many people thought Trump's tweet made it sound like he was lining up tweens for the role.

President Donald Trump accused media outlets on Tuesday morning of incorrectly reporting that he can’t find a replacement for John Kelly as White House chief of staff.

“Fake News has it purposely wrong,” Trump wrote, adding that more than 10 people were actually “vying for and wanting” the position.

However, Twitter users tittered at the phrasing of his tweet, which they said appeared to suggest that many of the applicants were over 10 years old: