President Trump has had no shortage of embarrassing flubs during his tenure in office.
I mean, who can forget his infamous "covfefe" tweet?
Then, almost exactly one year ago, President Trump tweeted out that there was no "smocking gun" to be found to prove that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.
The absurd typo quickly went viral.
Screenshot via @Brendon93584557/Twitter
At the time, the President was widely roasted for the error.
Many probably assumed that he wouldn't make the same mistake twice. But those people would be wrong.
On Sunday, Trump resurrected that "smocking gun" typo for the world to mock in a ranting response to Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats proceeding with articles of impeachment against him.
Twitter couldn't believe what they were seeing.
@realDonaldTrump "Smocking" gun WTF *&^%* https://t.co/91WLGdz7dy— Okkie Tenggala (@Okkie Tenggala)1575843578.0
@realDonaldTrump The Smocking Gun has returned. https://t.co/73X9zVttQX— STOP tRumpnado 🌊 (@STOP tRumpnado 🌊)1575843324.0
@realDonaldTrump https://t.co/sKTroJ5SjK— Biden Thoughts With Jack Handey (@Biden Thoughts With Jack Handey)1575839762.0
@realDonaldTrump What the hell are you smocking???— Andy Ostroy (@Andy Ostroy)1575839427.0
And while there may not be a "smocking gun," many felt that there are ample smoking guns.
@realDonaldTrump It's true, the Dems haven't come up with a "smocking gun" .....they just have a "smoking gun"— Samir (@Samir)1575841051.0
@realDonaldTrump "smocking gun" It's not that high a bar. You're directed members of your administration to ignore… https://t.co/tWVwvOAfN1— Chuck McAtee (@Chuck McAtee)1575839560.0
It begs the question:
After making the same error twice, is it really a typo?
@siano4progress @realDonaldTrump I think he spelled "smoking" wrong before, so he must think that's how it's spelled.— Missy Seeks (@Missy Seeks)1575843870.0