According to a press statement released by the White House on Monday, one of U.S. President Donald Trump's goals during his visit to Israel earlier this week, was to "promote the possibility of lasting peach" in the region.

Yes, you read that right. It's not peace he's after, it's peach. 

The White House press release aimed to highlight Trump's "peace-promoting" two day trip to Israel, which began on Monday and saw the U.S. President meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. 

But it's now making the rounds online because of the Trump administration's latest gaffe, which caught people's attention on social media. 

Naturally, people had a lot to say

To peach or not to impeach? That is the question.

It's a Freudian slip

Maybe it's not even a typo after all?

The mother of all typos

It even made it to Television

This certainly isn't the first time Trump and his administration struggle with spelling

Remember "Unpresidented?"

And "gas been?"

Who could ever forget this?

Or the time when the Merriam-Webster dictionary had to come to the rescue?