Trump is in Ohio to promote the economic prosperity that much of the nation enjoyed before the coronavirus pandemic and try to make the case that he is best suited to rebuild a crippled economy.
Speaking at a reelection campaign in Ohio, US President Donald Trump mispronounced Thailand as ‘Thighland’. Though the president immediately corrected himself, the faux pas immediately went viral on social media.
Trump was speaking during an event at Whirlpool Corporation facility in Clyde, Ohio.
“Four, five years ago, this place was a disaster. In 2017, Whirlpool won relief from the ITC (US International Trade Commission) once again. Once more, your foreign competitors moved their factories to prevent a level playing field, and to avoid liability, hifting production to Thighland, and to Vietnam,” he said. He repeated, correcting himself, “to Thailand and to Vietnam”.
Twitter user @mmpadellan tweeted a video of the speech. Watch it here:
I'll give you one guess as to which world "leader" pronounces Thailand as "Thighland."
JUST ONE GUESS.🙄pic.twitter.com/rGph9s17Ct
— BrooklynDad_Defiant! (@mmpadellan) August 6, 2020
Trump was in Ohio to promote the economic prosperity that much of the nation enjoyed before the coronavirus pandemic and try to make the case that he is best suited to rebuild a crippled economy.
Earlier, Trump tweeted a video of his supporters in Ohio cheering for him. He said, “WE will WIN Ohio even bigger than we did in 2016 — MAGA is stronger than ever before!”
WE will WIN Ohio even bigger than we did in 2016 — MAGA is stronger than ever before! pic.twitter.com/2JB9rCzRue
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 6, 2020
MAGA, or ‘Make America Great Again’ is a campaign slogan that is extensively used by Trump and his supporters.
(Inputs from AP)