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.

“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.