Who is Ben Laden and why is he trending on Twitter?
After the death of Islamic State group (IS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi during a US special forces raid in Syria on Saturday night, inevitable comparisons have been made to the demise of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.
Did former US President Barack Obama garner praise from across the political divide for taking out al-Qaeda’s chief? Was Donald Trump, who faced questions over why he failed to inform congressional leaders about the operation, being hypocritically criticised over Baghdadi?
Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s personal lawyer, who was mayor of New York City during the September 11 attacks, was keen to weigh in.
Twitter users were quick to pick up on Giuliani’s misspelling, asking just who this mysterious Ben Laden was.
Others were on hand to point out where they had met Ben Laden.
Many were keen to detail Ben Laden’s imagined Jewish heritage.
The stream of tweets about his identity led to "Ben Laden" being the number one trending topic in the US on Tuesday morning.
This isn’t the first time that the Trump administration has run into spelling difficulty.
Trump's famous misspelling of the word “coverage” as “covfefe” in a tweet turned the word into an expression for mistakes made by public figures on social media.
Giuliani's tweet wasn't the only bin Laden kerfuffle coming out of the Baghdadi raid.
During a press conference on Sunday, Trump claimed to have “predicted that Osama bin Laden had to be killed before he knocked down the World Trade Center” in a book he wrote in 2000.
A fact check from the Associated Press, however, found that Trump's The America We Deserve only made a passing mention of bin Laden.
The president has also courted controversy and hilarity by tweeting about a "wonderful" dog that did "such a GREAT JOB in capturing and killing" Baghdadi. Despite posting about the dog, Trump would not reveal its name. The president has since pinned the tweet.