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Ivanka Trump Makes Typo Congratulating Boris Johnson

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Ivanka Trump Makes Typo Congratulating Boris Johnson

Ivanka Trump Makes Typo Congratulating Boris Johnson

Ivanka Trump recently took to Twitter to congratulate Boris Johnson’s win but made a typo.

She said: “Congratulations @BorisJohnson on becoming the next Prime Minister of the United Kingston.

According to Business Insider, the tweet was deleted and replaced with the correct spelling of “Kingdom.” The tweet came after Johnson was selected by Conservative members to be the party’s new leader.

President Donald Trump also congratulated Johnson, saying “he will be great."

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