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President Donald Trump tweeted condolences after a gunman killed four people and wounded at least 10, including children, in Rancho Tehama, California.
The only problem was that Trump's tweet Tuesday night, hours after the latest rampage, was addressed to Sutherland Springs, Texas, where 26 people were gunned down more than a week earlier, on Nov. 5.
In his Tuesday tweet, Trump made no mention of California, or Rancho Tehama, or the elementary school that was targeted by the gunman.
In fact, the tweet appeared to be at least partly copied and pasted from a tweet Trump sent out the day of the Sutherland Springs shooting.
By Wednesday morning, Trump had deleted his Tuesday night tweet without explanation. CNBC has reached out to the White House for comment, and to confirm what exactly happened.
In the meantime, Twitter users were shocked and disappointed. Some were also concerned that there had been a new shooting in Sutherland Springs.