President Trump had to correct two Twitter posts he sent out Sunday night, after he misquoted an opinion editorial by Michael Goodwin in the New York Post.

Trump had originally used the word “consensual” when it should have been “consequential.”

Goodwin had titled his article, “We’re still better off with Trump than Clinton,” and listed the benefits of Trump’s achievements during the first year of his presidency.

Below are President Trump’s corrected tweets, along with a link to the original article which he referenced, as he thanked Goodwin for his positive commentary.

“His is turning out to be an enormously consequential presidency. So much so that, despite my own frustration over his missteps, there has never been a day when I wished Hillary Clinton were president. Not one. Indeed, as Trump’s accomplishments accumulate, the mere thought of…

…Clinton in the WH, doubling down on Barack Obama’s failed policies, washes away any doubts that America made the right choice. This was truly a change election — and the changes Trump is bringing are far-reaching & necessary.” Thank you Michael Goodwin! https://t.co/4fHNcx2Ydg

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