Patricia Arquette has responded to the troll she received after making a nato-related mistake.
The Oscar- and Emmy-winning actress tweeted about the Russia-Ukraine war as she shared the post: “Kick Russia out of NATO.”
Many pointed out that Russia was not part of NATO, and Arquette received a flood of messages criticizing her mistake.
Others jumped to Arquette’s defense, with journalist Jim Swift writing, “Imagine you’re Patricia Arquette and you don’t look at your phone for about an hour and come back to it.”
Arquette herself turned to the trolling and replied, “I really couldn’t give 2 shits. I’m dyslexic, I meant UN. You can protect yourself.”
The actor was referring to the word “covfefe,” which was widely believed to be a typo by Donald Trump in a tweet that went viral when he was US President.
Trump claimed the wording was intentional, but reporters believed he should have spelled the word “reporting.”
NATO stands for North Atlantic Treaty Organization and is an intergovernmental military alliance that was founded after World War II.
Arquette is currently featured in Apple TV+ series severance pay.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/patricia-arquette-twitter-nato-b2029341.html Patricia Arquette says she can’t worry after being trolled over NATO blunder