Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpDems seek to chip away at Trump’s economic record Trump to sign directive to reform commercial space regulations Trump on collision course with Congress on ZTE MORE is running into more spelling issues on the campaign trail. 

During a campaign rally in Wichita, Kan., on Saturday, the billionaire businessman called out Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzSenators introduce bill to overhaul sexual harassment policy Greatest risk to the Republican majority? Rising interest rates GOP Senate primary heats up in Montana MORE for “lyin’ ” to voters. 

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“How would you spell that? L-Y-E-N, with a big apostrophe,” Trump said. 

Trump drew attention for spelling issues a day earlier. A press release announcing the Saturday event misspelled both "Wichita" and "Kansas."

In late February, Trump had several more misspellings in tweets, referring to rival Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioAdministration works to assuage critics over ZTE deal Hillicon Valley: Judge rules Trump can't block Twitter users | ISIS content finds a home on Google Plus | Rubio rips ZTE demands as 'terrible deal' | Bill would protect kids' data Overnight Finance: Trump eyes 'different structure' for China trade deal | Trump mulls auto import tariffs | Banks get green light to offer short-term loans MORE as a "chocker" and describing a poll victory as an "honer." And his campaign website incorrectly spelled the name of Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor who endorsed Trump.

Watch the mishap in the video above.