After Vanity Fair posted a satire video about what Hillary Clinton could do in 2018, the magazine came under fire for its alleged "sexist" stance. Following the publication's apology, Donald Trump decided to give his thoughts, but made a careless error with his criticism.

Trump on Hillary

Heading into the 2016 general election, the consensus was that Hillary Clinton would easily defeat Donald Trump and become the first female President of the United States. Despite the polls doubling down on the feelings of most Americans, the former host of "The Apprentice" was able to pull off the upset and walk out the winner, thought his victory has been marred by allegations of being in cahoots with Russia as they hacked the Democratic National Committee.

Since then, Trump has spent the last year taking sporadic shots at the former Secretary of State, as Clinton herself released a book titled "What Happened," explaining her view on how her campaign went wrong. Last week, Vanity Fair posted a video to their social media page that gave Clinton six humorous suggestions for 2018, including taking up knitting to pass the time. The magazine was forced to release an apology, which didn't go over well with the president, as seen in a tweet on December 28 that included an embarrassing blunder.

Taking to Twitter on Thursday morning, Donald Trump appeared disgusted with Vanity Fair for walking back their piece on Hillary Clinton.

"Vanity Fair, which looks like it is on its last legs, is bending over backwards in apologizing for the minor hit they took at Crooked H," Trump tweeted.

"Anna Wintour, who was all set to be Amb to Court of St James’s & a big fundraiser for CH, is beside herself in grief & begging for forgiveness!" Donald Trump concluded.

However, Trump was incorrect with his tweet, as Anna Wintour is the editor-in-chief of Vogue, not Vanity Fair.

Twitter reacts

After Donald Trump tweeted out about Vanity Fair, critics were quick to point out his mistake. "Um.. Anna Wintour is at Vogue, not Vanity Fair. Trump with FAKE NEWS once again," Dani Bostick wrote.

"Vanity Fair and Vogue (of which Anna Wintour is Editor in Chief) are two separate publications.

Even the most basic of tweets you get the facts wrong," another tweet added. "Congratulations to Anna #Wintour on editing both Vogue AND VF, that must be a hard job but she gets it done!" a follow-up tweet read with humor.

"And it should be noted, Anna Wintour isn’t the editor of VF, but Vogue. Then again, fats really aren’t your strong suit are they?" yet another tweet noted. "Mistaking Anna Wintour as the EIC of Vanity Fair makes this the most offensive tweet of 2017," a tweet stated.