There’s a long history of people on Twitter mixing up who they’re mentioning in a post, whether that’s Nashville reporter Chris Conte versus then-Bears’ safety Chris Conte, Blackhawks’ beat writer Mark Lazerus and NBC Sports chair Mark Lazarus, Nationals’ beat writer Mark Zuckerman and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, or Indiana sportscaster Miles Garrett and Browns’ defensive end Myles Garrett. The latest case of this comes from President Donald Trump, who tried to mention Harrisburg, PA radio host R.J. Harris (seen at left above) and instead tagged Ottawa Redblacks’ wide receiver R.J. Harris (seen at right above):

The Redblacks’ Harris responded by saying that these comments weren’t from him, but used the opportunity to promote his upcoming football camp in Maryland:

Yep, that’s a missed identification all right, but it’s easy to see how it happened, as CFL player Harris is verified and has 7,309 followers, while radio host Harris is unverified and has 1,022. But yes, it is not the CFL player from Maryland who is talking about Trump signs in Pennsylvania.

Get Smart.

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Andrew Bucholtz is a staff writer for Awful Announcing and The Comeback. He previously worked at Yahoo! Sports Canada and Black Press.