Donald Trump’s campaign was having a little trouble with Wichita’s name on Friday morning.
The presidential candidate misspelled Wichita in a tweet, prompting a wave of responses from locals and others.
“My friend, & great businessman, Phil Ruffin is speaking today in Kansas for me at the Witchita Pachyderm Club,” Trump tweeted around 8 a.m. from his account, @realDonaldTrump. “He lives there and loves it!”
His campaign later misspelled both Wichita and Kansas in a news release announcing that Trump would come to the city for the caucus on Saturday.
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“The Donald J. Trump for President Campaign has just announced it will be in Witchita, Kanasas for a major rally on Saturday prior to Caucus,” the news release read.
Trump’s tweet, which featured a common misspelling of Kansas’ largest city, set off a wave of responses, sarcastic and otherwise:
“Where’s Witchita?” Joel Mease tweeted.
“Bro, it’s Wichita,” tweeted Luke Ranker. “Witchita is in Oz.”
And Chris Lilly tweeted: “‘Witchita’ is pretty great. Impossible to get a hotel on Halloween though.”
Trump events last month in Oklahoma misspelled both Tulsa and Oklahoma, the Tulsa World reported.