After a year of political uncertainty and turmoil, the 2018 Golden Globes kicked off the new year and Donald Trump was a highlighted topic. While the show was airing, the president attempted to deflect attention to his Twitter feed but made an embarrassing blunder in the process.

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Not long after Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president, he quickly engaged in a war of words with critics in Hollywood. After spending a decade on reality TV as the host of "The Apprentice," Trump was hoping to use his celerity to gain support in Hollywood, but it never happened.

Trump made it a routine to bash celebrities on social media who disagreed with him, tweeting out against stars from Arnold Schwarzenegger to Alec Baldwin. During his campaign and since his election, Trump has been the butt of a joke and the source of criticism from those out in Hollywood, which has only increased since the start of the "Me Too" movement after the bombshell report from the New York Times exposed decades of sexual misconduct by film producer Harvey Weinstein. As the 75th Golden Globe Awards took place on January 7, Donald Trump decided to tweet an article in praise of himself but appeared to misquote the piece.

On Sunday night, millions of Americans tuned in to watch the 2018 Golden Globe Awards.

Though it's unknown whether or not Donald Trump was watching, the commander in chief took to Twitter to quote a recent article by New York Post writer Michael Goodwin. In the article, Goodwin praised the president's first year in office, writing that it's been an “enormously consequential presidency."

In his two-part tweet, Donald Trump quoted Michael Goodwin, though he didn't get one of the words correct.

Instead of using the word "consequential," the president wrote "consensual," tweeting, "His is turning out to be an enormously consensual presidency." As expected, critics quickly trolled the president on social media, creating yet another humiliating Twitter blunder for Trump.

Next up

As Donald Trump continues to remain a target out in Hollywood, the president is showing no signs of changing his style and rhetoric.

In an attempt to create his own awards show, the commander in chief and the White House have come up with the "Fake News Awards." Trump will award trophies to the news outlets, reporters and TV hosts who he believes come up with the biggest lies about his administration, with the winners set to be announced on Wednesday, January 17.