Ivanka Majic once posted on Twitter that she had found fame at last, but she has now found more fame than she needs after Donald Trump tweeted the wrong person. As everyone knows Trump loves Twitter and the fact that he is accessible on social media might have swung him a few voters in the presidential campaign. We can call his mistake just something that happens, but is that OK at presidential level?

Ivanka Majic shares a first name with Ivanka Trump

Ivanka Majic shares the same first name as ivanka trump, but there the similarities end. In her life, it is doubtful that this particular Ivanka ever expected to get a tweet from the president-elect of the United States of America, as the Guardian says she is "believed to be employed as a researcher at the Brighton and Hove City Council." This Ivanka was not looking at lofty mainstream media on her doorstep, but that could happen - a far cry from a recent tweet she posted.

Trump's tweet to the wrong user did not originate with him

It was all a very simple mistake to make - if you are an average Joe hanging out on Twitter, but it could have been a very serious mistake. The Trump tweet copied to a family member - or not - did not contain anything top secret or dear to the heart of a POTUS - but it does show that direct contact with the people, without a press office to mediate what he has to say, that mistakes could happen. These mistakes could be potentially embarrassing for the US government.

It all happened when Lawrence Goodstein, a Twitter user in Seekonk in Massachusetts posted a praise tweet.

In the tweet, he copied it to Ivanka. This was where the trouble all started, because instead of @IvankaTrump, he put in @Ivanka - a totally different person. When Trump replied and said "Ivanka Trump is great, a woman with real character and class," it also went to the now-famous Ivanka, who now finds herself the centre of a Twitter and media storm.

Trump's account on twitter has millions of followers

The Telegraph tells us that Trump has reached the 20 million followers mark. This is a huge amount of people who could potentially get the incorrect information from POTUS. Then there are the random people who just type in "Trump" and come across his tweets.

CNET reported that Trump wants to keep his @realDonald Twitter account.

He won't be tweeting as POTUS they said. CNET cited the Times, who quoted Donald Trump as saying "It's working." and "... the tweeting, I thought I'd do less of it, but I'm covered so dishonestly by the press, so dishonestly, that I can put out Twitter -- and it's not 140, it's now 280 -- I can go bing bing bing . . . and they put it on and as soon as I tweet it out." Too right they do, and the press is rushing to tweet this presidential-elect error with glee.

As CNET wrote - "Bing, Bing, Bing. That's all it takes to show the world your shake and bake." Well, shake this one Donald Trump. You have left yourself open to ridicule this time - hopefully, the next mistake won't embarrass the entire country.