Referring to his recent United Kingdom state visit, the president initially wrote on Twitter: "I meet and talk to "foreign governments" every day".
"We talked about 'Everything!' Should I immediately call the Federal Bureau of Investigation about these calls and meetings?"
Trump defended his comments with a specious hypothetical that, just because he meets with "foreign governments" all the time, should he "call the Federal Bureau of Investigation about these calls and meetings?"
President Trump regularly tweets about the "fake news media", but it seems he's shared a bit of fake news himself with a recent royal blunder.
Mr Trump made the mistake, intending to refer to Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, in response to articles following an ABC news interview.
One joker wrote: 'Who is next?
Some thought it odd that the underlying suggestion of the tweets was that the the British Royal Family might have information on Joe Biden or other Democrat opponents.
US President Donald Trump has once again become the focus of attention online due to one of his latest tweet, though probably not the way the POTUS might've intended.
Trump had threatened the tariffs on May 30, saying that they would start out at 5 percent and gradually increase "until the Illegal Immigration problem is remedied" and "illegal migrants coming through Mexico, and into our country, STOP".
He also suggested he might not report any such offer of information to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The US leader spent three days in the United Kingdom earlier this month and met several royals while he was there, including the Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
I guess we'll never know.
"He wants to make sure future generations have climate that is good climate as opposed to a disaster - and I agree", Trump said.