President Donald Trump, a man who people claim to support because he “means what he says”, is known for his gaffes and for misspeaking.

He often shows how little he knows to the American people by either quitting correct information or just blatantly making things up.

Unfortunately, this time he didn't only embarrass him in front of his own citizens, he made Americans look foolish in front of world leaders.

During a speech at the United Nations, Trump praised the “increasingly self-sufficient” healthcare system of a non-existent country Trump called “Nambia.”

“In Guinea and Nigeria, you fight a horrifying Ebola outbreak,” Trump told African leaders during his speech. “Nambia's health system is increasingly self-sufficient.”

Trump went on to mention the non-existent country twice during the UN session, in front of leaders for Uganda, Namibia, and Ghana.

Many trying to figure out which country he was trying to talk about are disagreeing over whether he meant Namibia, Zambia, or Gambia.

The White House later released an official statement claiming that Trump was talking about Namibia, a southwestern African country that barely missed an Ebola outbreak that left thousands dead.

Some think Trump was trying to refer to how Namibia quickly updated its medical care system to handle the outbreak.

When he was done praising a country that doesn't exist, he then started bragging about all the money his rich friends were making off of them.

“Africa has amazing business potential,” Trump stated. “I have so many friends going to your countries, trying to get rich. I congratulate you. They're spending a lot of money.”

Twitter, never missing an opportunity to roast the orange idiot, didn't disappoint:

Some joked he'd name Sarah Palin the ambassador:

Others took the opportunity to make fun of his healthcare inexperience:

Even the great Bill Maher turned out for the fun:

And some of his viewers jumped in:

How is he going to embarrass us next?