Following President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to replace retiring Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy, the Women's March released a statement condemning the pick.

Unfortunately for the left-wing organization, the statement contained a clear sign that it was written before the actual name was announced by Trump. 

"In response to Donald Trump's nomination of XX to the Supreme Court," the statement began, forgetting to remove the XX from the prepared release and replace it with a name.

The statement also misspelled Kavanaugh's name as “Cavenaugh" in the following paragraph.

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Many noticed on Twitter, with some arguing that the gaffe highlights that many on the left were ready to oppose Trump's Supreme Court pick no matter who it was.

The group corrected the errors later Monday evening – sending an”UPDATED” version that was identical, with "Kavanaugh" spelled correctly and in the place of the “XX.”

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said the left is going to "resist and obstruct" anything President Trump does and the Women's March's gaffe is just another example of it.

"They forgot to fill in the name. It's so brilliant," Conway said on "America's Newsroom" Tuesday. 

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