President Donald Trump tweeted condolences about a mass shooting late Tuesday evening, but it referenced the attack on the church in Sutherland Springs, Texas from more than a week ago.
The tweet appeared to have been deleted as of Wednesday morning.
Trump returned to the White House Tuesday night from a five-nation Asia tour.
Caught quickly by Twitter users, several news outlets and archived by deleted-Trump-tweet accounts, the tweet read: “May God be with the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas. The FBI and Law Enforcement has arrived.”
The shooting at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs happened on Nov. 5.
People wondered whether the president - or possibly a staffer tweeting for him - meant to
reference the shootings on Tuesday in Rancho Tehama, Calif. that left at least four people dead.
He had tweeted a similar message after the Sutherland Springs attack, which occurred while he was in Asia.
That tweet read: “May God be w/ the people of Sutherland Springs, Texas. The FBI & law enforcement are on the scene. I am monitoring the situation from Japan.”
Some people speculated that a saved draft had accidentally been tweeted. But many Twitter users slammed Trump, some accusing him of copy-and-paste condolences.
“At least get your mass shootings right, Mr President. This was last week. The new one is in California,” British talk show host Piers Morgan tweeted.