Before being sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump limped into office with a historically low approval rating. Based on Trump’s Twitter mentions, things don’t appear to be changing anytime soon.

Trump, who was a prolific tweeter before becoming President, recently posted a tweet attempting to show his gratitude to his constituents. However, sentiments reflected in surveys from both CNN and the Washington Post indicating a 40% approval rating for Trump were on full display, as the tweet featured a misspelling of the word “honored”.

Trump wrote, “I am honered [sic] to serve you, the great American People, as your 45th President of the United States!” and Twitter users began the ethering 140 characters at a time.

Naturally, the government probe into Russian hacking during the election was not off limits.

Unless "honered" is Russian for "dangerously unqualified" I think there may be a typo in your tweet @realDonaldTrump

— Peter Kirkpatrick (@pkirkpatrick) January 21, 2017

Trump's nemesis Buzzfeed also hopped in to join the fray.

.@realDonaldTrump says he's "honered" to serve the American people

— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) January 21, 2017

Even though the tweet was later corrected, screen grabs documented the moment.

I am honered to screen grab this and click #tweet. #unpresidented

— derrick b (@derrickvanbrose) January 21, 2017

If you're here for #TrumpTweets read in character, this one is definitely for you.

I am honered. Thanks for coming to my party, it was such a rager, I'm the best!

— ImmatureDonaldTrump (@GetRealDnldTrmp) January 21, 2017

This was a good time to drag Trump's pick of Betsy DeVos for Secretary of Education. Reading is fundamental.

Literacy matters. We need high-quality public education for all, starting with Mr. Trump. #unpresidented #honered

— Rosemary G. Feal (@rgfeal) January 21, 2017

Shall we bring back the phrase "bigly" to commemorate this occasion or nah?

Much bigly honered

— Boz Scwaggs (@Lebanon_Don) January 21, 2017

The next four years could prove to be very entertaining for some of President Donald Trump's 21.1 million Twitter followers.