‘Thighland’ trends nationwide after Trump mistake during ‘campaign speech’ at Whirlpool factory
President Donald Trump (screengrab)

President Donald Trump failed to properly pronounce the name of a country with 69 million people during a speech at a Whirlpool factory in Ohio.

"President Trump is delivering a campaign speech on an official visit to a Whirlpool plant in Ohio," NPR's Tamara Keith reported. "He ticked through campaign promises he made in 2016 and he is now going through a list of 'six more promises.'"

"Trump is barely five minutes in and Trump is already making false accusations against his Democratic rival, Joe Biden -- and he is [reading] directly off the teleprompter," HuffPost White House correspondent S.V. Dáte reported. "Someone wrote this speech, someone loaded it into the machine. How are they not violating the Hatch Act?"

Potential violations of federal law weren't the only problem with the speech, with Trump calling the country of Thailand "Thighland."

Here's some of what people were saying about Trump's gaffe, which occurred the same week that Trump called Yosemite National Park "Yo-semites":