A Bognor mum says she is looking forward to an apology from the White House after US President Donald Trump mistook her for the top minister on Twitter.
Theresa Scrivener tweets as @TheresaMay as her account makes use of her center title.
Mr Trump tweeted the West Sussex lady as a substitute of Theresa May in an issue over far-right posts through the president.
Miss Scrivener mentioned large numbers of other folks had since messaged her however added: “If I wanted to be famous I would have gone on X Factor.”
“He needs to think before he tweets,” Miss Scrivener, 41, mentioned.
“We – Theresa May and I – are so other. Our profiles are utterly other.
“She runs the rustic, I am a mum from Bognor.”
And she mentioned she used to be no longer going to modify her Twitter title.
Miss Scrivener’s account has simply six fans when compared with Mrs May’s 427,000, is locked which means best authorized other folks can see her process, it’s not verified, and the profile symbol isn’t of the top minister.
She mentioned: “It’s superb to assume that the arena’s maximum tough guy controlled to press the mistaken button.
“I am simply looking forward to a decision from the White House with an apology.
“I am simply happy he used to be no longer contacting me to mention he used to be going to struggle with North Korea.”
It isn’t the primary time Mr Trump has directed his 44m fans to the mistaken account.
In January, he mistakenly tagged a Brighton lady as a substitute of his personal daughter.