Did Donald Trump mistake Maradona for Madonna? Confusion on Twitter

Someone seems to have played a trick on the outgoing president of the United States.

A screenshot of an apparent tweet from US President Donald Trump’s account suggests he misled the soccer legend Diego Maradona with pop singer Madonna.

However, local sources confirmed, it was a fabricated tweet.

The news of Maradona’s death on November 25, 2020 led many sports stars and public figures to pay tribute to the former Argentine footballer.

A screenshot that was shared on social media suggests that Trump sent a tweet that said: “Very sad to hear about the death of Maradona. A great person.”

“His music was wonderful. I remember listening to his albums in the early 1980s. Rest in peace!”

But nevertheless, no tweet Mentioning Maradona can be seen on the president’s official account, @realDonaldTrump

According to Politwoops, a ProPublica project that archives deleted tweets from politicians, no message that guy was removed from your page

Numerous Twitter users noted that the name Madonna became a trending topic following the news of Maradona’s death, presumably due to similarity between the names.




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