PHILADELPHIA (AP/CBS) – There are some words that can be easily interchanged and no one would know the difference. But on Tuesday morning, ahead of his second visit to Philadelphia, Donald Trump mixed up two words that put all eyes on Trump, again.

In a tweet, the republican presidential candidate accidentally tweeted “Phillies” when paying homage to Phyllis Schafly, an outspoken conservative activist.

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The tweet which read, “As a tribute to the late, great Phillies Schlafly, I hope everybody can go out and get her latest book, THE CONSERVATIVE CASE FOR TRUMP.”

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The tweet was later deleted on Sept. 6, 2016.

While the mishap was seemingly supposed to promote Schlafly’s book about Trump, what it did was highlight our beloved Phillies team.

Either way, here’s what Twitter users had to say about the mix-up.

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Schlafly endorsed Trump in early March and introduced the then-GOP front-runner at a St. Louis rally.

“Phyllis Schlafly is a conservative icon who led millions to action, reshaped the conservative movement, and fearlessly battled globalism and the ‘kingmakers’ on behalf of America’s workers and families,” Trump said in a statement Monday. “I was honored to spend time with her during this campaign.”

She is best known for helping to defeat the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s and founding the Eagle Forum political group.

She was 92 years old.

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