President Donald Trump has a long and rich history of saying absurd things and making general gaffes, which are equal parts disturbing and highly entertaining. His latest one is no less problematic. 

As he was revealing his now infamous "deal of the century" yesterday, his proposed "peace plan" for Palestine and Israel, the president referred to Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem as "Al Aqua Mosque." Naturally, the internet responded to this gross mispronunciation of one of the most famous mosques in the world, and the third holiest site for Muslims. 

Trump's long awaited "peace plan" meets nearly every major Israeli demand. Although it calls for the recognition of an “independent Palestinian state,” he proposes Jerusalem as Israel’s “undivided capital” and gives Palestine 15% of what is considered to be “historic Palestine.”

The deal also proposes East Jerusalem as Palestine’s capital, but at the cost of losing a large portion of the West Bank. No representatives from Palestine were actually present - in fact Palestinians have not only expressed a wholehearted rejection of the proposed plan but have not come to the table for talks in over two years. Meanwhile Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was by Trump's side as the deal was revealed to the public. The deal gives the states a four-year period to respond.