U.S. President Donald Trump praised his supporters in a tweet Saturday, insisting they were the "smartest" and "most loyal" in history. While praising his supporters' intelligence, Trump made a significant typo, writing "countries" when he meant to write "country's."
In the tweet, the president claimed that he had the "best numbers ever" and that as more Americans turned to support him, the country would "get stronger."
"My supporters are the smartest, strongest, most hard working and most loyal that we have seen in our countries history. It is a beautiful thing to watch as we win elections and gather support from all over the country. As we get stronger, so does our country. Best numbers ever!" he tweeted.
Trump made this claim the same day polling website FiveThirtyEight reported that the president's approval rating had declined in all 50 states since he took office. According to RealClearPolitics, Trump's approval rating is at 44 percent, with his disapproval rating at 52 percent.
Last week Trump made a similar typo while slamming Robert De Niro as "low IQ," mistakenly writing "to" when he meant "too." Trump later deleted that tweet and sent out a corrected version a day later.