President Donald Trump claimed on Sunday that members of the news media are getting "Noble Prizes" for investigating his administration.
The president made the assertion in an afternoon rant on Twitter.
Commenters quickly pointed out that Trump not only spelled "Nobel" incorrectly, but he also was mostly likely referring to Pulitzer Prizes that were awarded to reporters at The New York Times and Washington Post for their investigations into Russia's interference in the 2016 U.S. election.
Read some of the comments below.
@realDonaldTrump The fact that you call it a Noble Prize is just one of many reasons you will never win the Nobel Prize.— St. Nick Jack Pappas (@St. Nick Jack Pappas) 1587926777.0
@realDonaldTrump What the fuck is a noble prize?— Tony Posnanski (@Tony Posnanski) 1587926673.0
@realDonaldTrump Assume President Trump is confusing Pulitzer & Nobel Prizes in this anti-free-press rant?— David Rothschild (@David Rothschild) 1587926356.0
@realDonaldTrump "Lawsuits should be brought" -- go for it. Of course, then you run the risk of (1) discovery, and… https://t.co/fnhDV7TacT— Elie Honig (@Elie Honig) 1587927238.0
@realDonaldTrump You spelled Nobel “Noble” 4 times. Really? https://t.co/7rF7tTDa8R— Bryan 🥁🌊 (@Bryan 🥁🌊) 1587926502.0
@realDonaldTrump It's Pulitzer, you lump of lard.— Monica (@Monica) 1587926640.0
@jpjinco @realDonaldTrump Talk about lame.... the president doesn’t know how to spell “Nobel” and doesn’t realize t… https://t.co/eiG1bG4VgL— Libby (@Libby) 1587927519.0
@realDonaldTrump What are you talking about saying "Russia, Russia, Russia" was "proven totally wrong" ???? The Rep… https://t.co/i0TPjdDZvJ— Coach H (@Coach H) 1587927455.0