Republican presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpMeet the lawyer Democrats call when it's recount time Avenatti denies domestic violence allegations: 'I have never struck a woman' Trump names handbag designer as ambassador to South Africa 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 CruzO'Rourke receives invite to visit Iowa from Democratic Party in Des Moines O'Rourke and Cruz run into each other at Texas airport Texas congresswoman-elect says she would ‘love’ to see Beto run in 2020 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 RubioRubio defends '3 point kick' analogy: 'You think everyone who follows politics knows what a field goal is?' Lawmakers to introduce bipartisan bill targeting China's treatment of Muslims Rubio cites Bible verse amid recount criticisms: ‘You cannot count what is not there’ 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.