The gaffe created a furor in the scientific community, which attacked the publication for flawed and faulty research.
In fairness, she had to take an American history class more recently—and perhaps saw the gaffe coming.
Will Biden get through the night without a gaffe, and still land a couple punches on Ryan?
From gaffe prone state legislators to politically astute Capitol Hill power players, here are 10 of them.
Not as bad as a gaffe, from the spin-room point of view, but also not what they wanted to put out there.
Maybe that was a gaffe, maybe a much-deserved rap on the Egyptian knuckles.
If any deeper good comes of the gaffe, it would be a cessation of such appearances.
Whatever Thomas Hollande was the victim of, French commentators are calling it a gaffe.
"blunder," 1909, perhaps from French gaffe "clumsy remark," originally "boat hook," from Middle French gaffe (15c.), from Old Provençal gaf, probably from a Germanic source, from Proto-Germanic *gafa. Sense connection is obscure; the gaff was used to land big fish. Or it may derive from British slang gaff "to cheat, trick" (1893); or gaff "criticism" (1896), from Scottish dialect sense of "loud, rude talk" (see gaff (n.2)).