Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer accidentally tweeted "Don't Make America Great Again" on Monday.
The New York senator was promoting the Democrats' fight to protect Obamacare, calling on his followers to add the Senate Democrats account on Snapchat to follow along.
"Starting tonight, @SenateDems are on @Snapchat. Add to hear more on our fight to protect healthcare & tell GOP:
Don't #MakeAmericaGreatAgain," Schumer tweeted, then deleted.
Joe Perticone, a congressional reporter for the Independent Journal Review, made a screenshot of the tweet before it was deleted.
Schumer then corrected the tweet, writing "Don't #MakeAmericaSickAgain."
Democrats have used that hashtag to mock President-elect Trump's campaign slogan.