A Republican candidate vying for the U.S. presidency is telling potential supporters that it's "morning again in America."
But when he says America, it kind of looks a lot like Vancouver, Canada.
This is the first shot:
The city is, without question, Vancouver. It shows the Burrard Inlet with downtown Vancouver in the background, and the Harbour Centre is clearly visible.
A tugboat in the foreground is also flying a Canadian flag.
The mistake led to a round of mockery on Twitter:
When Marco Rubio releases a "Morning Again in America" commercial that accidentally shows Vancouver pic.twitter.com/sI5j7Tj9Qz
— Will Bardwell (@willbardwell) February 15, 2016
— Brent Toderian (@BrentToderian) February 16, 2016
Marco Rubio should pray less and study more, specifically GEOGRAPHY since he used footage of VANCOUVER in his new campaign video.#Atheist
— Tommy Campbell (@MrTommyCampbell) February 16, 2016
— Mike McDonald (@BCMikeMcD) February 15, 2016
.@marcorubio Looking forward to hearing about your plan to annex Vancouver, BC into the US.
— Brez Riggs (@TySpace) February 15, 2016
Vancouver is used to playing other cities in movies, and has been referred to as Canada's Hollywood.
But starring in an American political ad? That's new.
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