As her boss, President Trump, mocked CNN at a rally in Pensacola, Fla., for a botched report earlier in the day, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders took a shot at the network via Twitter for a completely different mistake.

Tweeting out a screenshot of CNN from earlier in the evening during "Anderson Cooper 360," Sanders pointed out that while the network was playing audio from White House spokesman Raj Shah, the photo CNN put on the screen was actually of an Obama administration alumnus with a similar name.

".@CNN this is definitely not @RajShah45 but it is #FakeNews," Sanders tweeted.

Host Anderson Cooper later briefly addressed the photo flub, saying, "we regret the error."

The Obama official CNN displayed was Rajiv Shah, former administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development.

Meanwhile, the caption referred to Raj Shah of the Trump administration.

In an acknowledgement of CNN's mistake, Raj Shah, who serves under Sanders as principal deputy secretary, retweeted Sanders' tweet.