GQ magazine had to correct an online article Thursday that complained after President Trump didn't seek the death penalty for the Las Vegas shooter, but demanded the death penalty for the Manhattan terrorist who killed 8 people this week.
The Las Vegas shooter was killed at the scene, a fact GQ acknowledged soon after the article ran.
"An earlier version of this article used a headline noting that Trump had publicly called for the death penalty in the New York attack, but not the Las Vegas shooting in particular," read the correction, which was attached to a piece by Jay Willis. "That discrepancy is probably related to the fact that the Las Vegas shooter is dead. We regret the error."
The piece is now headlined, "Why Does Donald Trump Want the Death Penalty for the New York Attack, But Not for Others?" and makes no specific mention of Las Vegas.
Trump on Wednesday said that the New York terrorist, identified as Uzbekistani immigrant Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, "SHOULD GET DEATH PENALTY!" after he plowed a truck through a bicycle lane, killing eight people and injuring more.
The Las Vegas shooter, Stephen Paddock, shot up an outdoor music concert on Oct. 1, killing more than 50 people before shooting himself.