In another blunder from President Trump, the former Apprentice host reveals that the American army has an arsenal of imaginary fighter jets at their disposal. Speaking in a press conference, the highly contested figure announces that "in November we started delivering the first F-52s and F-35 fighter jets. We have a total of 52 and they’ve delivered a number of them already a little ahead of schedule." 

The only problem is, the F-52 plane is a fabricated piece of military equipment from the highly popular video game Call of Duty. The Washington Post first pointed out the mistake, which they surmise is a result of the president combining the number of planes, 52, with the actual name of the F-35 fighter. 

Watch footage of his assertion below:

Since initially announcing his bid for presidency back in 2015, Trump has been a constant mainstay in the headlines based on his erratic behaviour, ties to Russia, and other snafus that have kept his name on the tip of everyone's tongue. Just recently, a lawyer for Trump has filed a lawsuit against Buzzfeed because of a "dossier" they once published that linked the POTUS with Russia, who have been accused of meddling in the 2016 election against Hillary Clinton.