President Trump’s reelection campaign blasted out an email to supporters Thursday night mistakenly urging them to call for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to be confirmed to the U.S. Senate.
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow highlighted the major typo on Thursday night.
The Trump campaign claimed in the email that the “presumption of innocence in America is at stake” if Republicans do not stand together and back the federal judge.
The campaign said it would send a “flow of NON-STOP PETITIONS” from Trump and Kavanaugh’s supporters to the Senate until the nominee is confirmed.
“NO MORE GAMES,” the email reads. “NO MORE EXCUSES.”
“THE SENATE MUST CONFIRM JUDGE KAVANAUGH TO THE U.S. SENATE NOW,” the email mistakenly declared.