To kick off his Saturday morning, Donald Trump used social media to push back at China for recently seizing an American naval vessel. While Trump got his point across, critics were quick to point out an ironic spelling mistake.

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"China steals United States Navy research drone in international waters - rips it out of water and takes it to China in unprecedented act," Donald Trump tweeted.

However, this tweet wasn't what was sent out an hour an half prior, as Trump was trolled on Twitter for misspelling the word "unprecedented" as "unpresidented." The original tweet was pulled, but not after it stayed online for close to 90 minutes. As seen on his offical Twitter account on December 17, actor and activist George Takei was quick to point out the error.

"Trump deleted it, but not before I saved it," George Takei tweeted, before adding, "Freudian slip?

We can all hope he, too, soon will be "unpresidented." In addition, the former "Star Trek" actor used the hashtag "LearnToSpell" while attacking Donald Trump. Within minutes, the former host of "The Apprentice" became the butt of a viral joke, as critics of the new president-elect made their case for why Trump should be "unpresidented."

Despite constant criticism over his use of social media, Donald Trump continues to use Twitter to voice his grievances.

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Whether it's attacks on the casts of "Hamilton" or "Saturday Night Live," or his controversial rants against entire foreign countries, the billionaire real estate mogul has continued to remain in the headlines over incidents never before seen by a president or president-elect. Despite vowing to be "very restrained" in his use of Twitter and social media, it appears that Trump won't be slowing down anytime soon.

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While George Takei and others continue to roast Donald Trump over his spelling error on Twitter, the president-elect is just over a month away before he is sworn in as the next commander in chief. Though Trump has celebrated his upset election win during a series of speeches on his "Thank You Tour," massive protests are being planned, with those who oppose Trump looking to show solidarity in their opposition on January 20.

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