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The Women's March rushed out a pre-written statement slamming President Trump's pick for the Supreme Court but forgot to fill in the pick's name.
The release instead says "XX" where a name was supposed to be slapped.
Howard Dean's Democracy for America did the same thing:
ABC News also criticized Trump's pick as "controversial" before it was made:
Real honest actors we've got here, folks!
UPDATE: The Democratic Party on their official Twitter account also flubbed it:
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