The Trump administration has made a practice of misspellings and typos.

The pattern continued Friday with the State Department’s newly installed spokeswoman.

On her first day on the job and in her second statement, Morgan Ortagus misspelled Juan Guaidó’s last name as “Gauido.” The U.S. government has recognized the opposition leader as Venezuela’s interim president as Nicolás Maduro clings to power.

The statement from Ortagus detailed Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan’s meeting Thursday with Greek Foreign Minister Georgios Katrougalos.

“Deputy Secretary Sullivan urged Greece to recognize Juan Gauido as Interim President of Venezuela,” the statement said.

Ortagus, a former Fox News contributor, replaced Heather Nauert as the State Department’s spokeswoman.

The Trump administration, particularly the White House and the president, has a habit of publishing typos in tweets and statements.

In January 2017, White House staff misspelled British Prime Minister Theresa May’s name in the president’s public schedule. In May 2018, Trump tweeted about first lady “Melanie” Trump’s health before deleting the tweet.