President Donald Trump speaks at the Future Farmers of America convention in Indianapolis, Indiana, Oct. 27, 2018 NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images

President Donald Trump yet again showed his incompetence in tagging the right person on Twitter on several occasions Monday by endorsing wrong people as Republican candidates and also claiming false accomplishments about one of them.

It began with him congratulating and endorsing Troy Balderson for doing a great job as Congressman from Ohio. However, instead of tagging the U.S. House candidate, he tagged a person from British Columbia. Trump soon realized his mistake and replaced the tag; however, within 20 minutes after correcting his first mistake, he repeated the error by wrongly tagging another congressman.

While he wanted to tag Denver Riggleman, a candidate from 5th District in Virginia, he tagged an unknown person with same name. In the tweet, Trump also appreciated Riggleman for his “really big help with Tax Cuts.” However, the man was never elected to office.

If this wasn’t enough, he repeated the error twice in the same tweet, a few minutes after correcting the previous blunder.

While he wanted to tag Erik Paulsen, congressman from Minnesota's 3rd congressional district and Jason Lewis from Minnesota's 2nd congressional district, he ended up tagging a comedian and an actor instead.

Several people took to Twitter to ask the POTUS to put in some effort with some even calling him the “laziest president.”

This was not the first time Trump has made such errors on Twitter. In August, the president endorsed the wrong candidate in Ohio’s special election.

“Get out and vote for Steve on Aug 7th,” Trump tweeted without realizing that Steve Stivers wasn’t on the ballot.

He later deleted the tweet and replaced it with one mentioning an event with Ohio state senator Troy Balderson, whom he originally meant to endorse.

In November last year, Trump tagged wrong British Prime Minister Theresa May in a crucial tweet.

"Theresa @theresamay, don't focus on me, focus on the destructive Radical Islamic Terrorism that is taking place within the United Kingdom. We are doing just fine!" Trump tweeted.

He soon replaced it with same message tagging the right British politician. The tweet came a day after May criticized POTUS for retweeting anti-Muslim videos from a far-right British group.

Time went on to speak to the wrongly-tagged Theresa May Scrivener. The 41-year-old mother of three said, “I think that he should think before he tweets. Maybe look at the name he’s tweeting and just check. It is amazing to think that the most powerful man in the world can make such a simple mistake and you know he could end up pushing the wrong button.”

She said she was trapped in her house because reporters were camped outside, and added she did not expect any apology from the White House.

“I know Donald Trump will not apologize, I don’t even know he’s done anything wrong. I don’t know if he realizes the impact of his mistake,” she said.