And this isn't the first time he's miserably failed at geography.
Despite his many scandals, if history is anything to go by, Trump probably doesn't even know where Ukraine is. In fact, he doesn't seem to know where many countries are.
George Conway, the husband of Trump's counsellor, Kellyanne Conway, who is a rampant critic of the president has compiled a Twitter thread of all the countries and places that the POTUS has almost zero insight of.
So after his Finaland fail has surfaced, let's revisit 18 more times Trump showed next to no knowledge of other countries...
.@realDonaldTrump thinks Belgium is a city, albeit a pretty one.
Once again, before he was the president, Trump was claiming that Paris, the capital city of France, wasn't in France at all but was a city in Germany, when complaining about a shooting in a Paris police station.
Yet, as Conway pointed out it technically was a city in Germany during the 1940s so Trump probably needs to update whatever history books he has at home.
Namibia, Nepal, Bhutan and Japan
.@realDonaldTrump thinks there are countries on this planet called “Nipple” and “Button.” (Do NOT, under any circu… https://t.co/Xn9aWLVtUs
Now, we can't be too harsh on Trump for not knowing exactly where Namibia is as we doubt most people (unless they are from there or visited) would know but at least they aren't making up a different name for it.
Back in August 2018 Trump reportedly referred to Namibia as 'Nambia' which definitely isn't right.
To make matters worse, in a 2017 meeting with India's prime minister, he referred to Nepal as 'nipple' and Bhutan as 'button.'
Oh and also in 2017, when he was trying to liaise with the Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe, he reportedly tried to arrange a conversation at midday Washington time, which is actually in the middle of the night for Japan...
In a meeting with leaders from the *Baltic* states, @realDonaldTrump thought he was talking to people from the *Bal… https://t.co/tgZibFeVJQ
During a November 2018 White House meeting with the respective presidents of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania, the three countries that comprise the Baltics, Trump got confused at called them 'the Balkans' instead.
The problem here is that the Balkans is a region in southeast Europe and not northeast Europe where the Baltics are.
Even more alarming is the fact that Melania Trump is from Slovenia, which is actually a country in the Balkans. We can only imagine what the conversation between the two of them was like after this slip-up.
Shockingly, he also accused the Baltics of starting the war which broke up the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s. The Baltic nations had nothing to do with this.
Don’t forget that beautiful border wall @realDonaldTrump is building between Colorado and Mexico.
This one is actually ridiculous now that Trump has actually been to both Koreas and met both of their respective leaders.
Yet, back in March 2018 he still wasn't sure about the difference between the two after telling journalists at an annual dinner that he had recently spoken to North Korea's supreme leader Kim Jong-un.
Turns out that it was actually from South Korean president, Moon Jae-in, which isn't embarrassing at all.
If that wasn't bad enough, Trump was said to be shocked after learning that South Korea's capital Seoul was only 15 miles away from the demilitarised zone and said the inhabitants of the city "have to move."
.@realDonaldTrump once told the prime minister of India, “It’s not like you’ve got China on your border.” (India ha… https://t.co/fVgub8rcLF