(NewsGlobal.com)- As a result of ABC News including ‘pre-write’ notes in their coverage of Ivana Trump’s death, the error from the network trended on Twitter last Thursday.
Former President Donald Trump’s first wife Ivana passed away last Thursday afternoon in New York City. ABC quickly published the article, but the headline left many perplexed.
Reports show that the headline stated, “DO NOT PUB Ivana Trump, ex-wife of former President Trump, dies at age 73.” After being published by the network, the report was promptly changed on ABC’s website, although it was still available on Google for about 30 minutes.
On Twitter, the phrase “DO NOT PUB” started to trend as individuals who weren’t in the news media industry pondered what it meant.
Several reporters noted that publications frequently pre-write obituaries for famous persons who are elderly or who are battling illness.
According to ABC News, Manhattan paramedics responded to a call regarding the cardiac arrest of a 73-year-old woman in the Upper East Side apartment where Ivana Trump lived. The New York Police Department announced she was found deceased at the scene.
According to police sources, Ivana Trump was discovered unconscious and unresponsive at the foot of the staircase of her residence. According to the sources, the police were investigating whether she fell and whether the incident affected her demise.
The following day, the medical examiner claimed Ivana Trump’s cause of death was blunt impact injuries to the torso sustained as the result of a fall. The medical examiner said that the manner of death was an accident and was not suspicious.
In his statement on his platform Truth Social, former President Donald Trump remembered Ivana as a “wonderful, beautiful, and amazing woman, who led a great and inspirational life.” He stated that their three children, Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric, were her pride and joy. She was extremely proud of them, just as they were all proud of her.