CNN anchor Poppy Harlow made the most hilarious gaffe ever on Thursday when she mistook the American national anthem for the French national anthem.

Harlow was discussing President Trump's meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron when she told viewers to "listen in to the French national anthem for just a moment."

The video then focuses solely on a band blaring the Star-Spangled Banner before Trump and Macron, with the former putting his hand over his heart.

Obviously, the Star-Spangled Banner is America's national anthem, while the French national anthem is La Marseillaise, which sounds nothing like the Star-Spangled Banner:

About 12-13 seconds passes before someone can be heard whispering and then Harlow laughs while saying, "The U.S. — American national anthem I should say — let's listen in."

On Wednesday, CNN New Day co-host Alisyn Camerota announced that she was "breaking up with Twitter." Harlow might want to follow her lead, because her gaffe was delete-your-account worthy.

Harlow's gaffe is the latest example of CNN beclowning itself, as the network is facing backlash over its threat to doxx the creator of a gif of President Trump pummeling CNN who might not even have created of the gif. CNN's ratings are plummeting and its app now only has a measly one star.

The gaffe in its full hilarity can be seen below: (H/T: Daily Caller)

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