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Trump Mocked For Referring To Charles As 'Prince Of Whales'

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Trump Mocked For Referring To Charles As 'Prince Of Whales'

Trump Mocked For Referring To Charles As 'Prince Of Whales'

President Trump is being mocked for mistakenly calling Charles the “Prince of Whales."

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