President Donald Trump mispronounced Thailand as “Thighland” on Thursday during a speech in Clyde, Ohio, only a few days after he incorrectly pronounced “Yosemite” during a speech at the White House. 

The speech was touting his “America First” policies, which he says has brought back the manufacturing industries in the United States – including to Clyde – from foreign competitors like Thailand. 

“Four or five years ago this place was a disaster,” Trump said. “Once more, your foreign competitors moved their factories to prevent a level playing field, and to avoid liability.”

His mispronunciation happened when he was pointing out the two examples of foreign competitors.

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“Shifting production to Thighland, and to Vietnam, two places that – I like their leaders very much – do they take advantage of the United States? Not so much anymore.”

Trump was criticized for mispronouncing “Yosemite,” during a speech last week.

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