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Women's March Email Blasts Statement Attacking 'Extremist' Nominee 'XX'

The Women's March rushed to publish a statement attacking President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee before they bothered to add his name into their press release on Monday.

"Women's March Statement on Trump's Extremist SCOTUS Nominee," the headline on the statement read. "In response to Donald Trump's nomination of XX to the Supreme Court of the United States, the Women's March released the following statement..."

The embarrassing moment was captured forever on Twitter.

The Women's March knew Brett Kavanaugh was President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, but they rushed out their statement before adding his name into the preset remarks. How embarrassing!