Monica Lewinsky on Monday took a jab at President TrumpDonald John TrumpRosenstein expected to leave DOJ next month: reports Allies wary of Shanahan's assurances with looming presence of Trump States file lawsuit seeking to block Trump's national emergency declaration MORE over a misspelled word in the president's early morning tweets.

“No Smocking, please,” Lewinsky tweeted, followed by three flame emojis.

Lewinsky's tweet came moments after Trump, in a tweet quoting Fox News, wrote that Democrats could not “find a Smocking Gun” connecting his campaign to Russia.


Trump has misspelled smoking as “smocking” in the past.

Trump also downplayed payments made to adult-film star Stormy Daniels and former Playboy model Karen McDougal as “a simple private transaction,” despite his former lawyer pleading guilty to campaign finance law violations related to the payments. 

Federal prosecutors last week indicated that Trump directed Michael Cohen to make the payments.

Trump lashed out Monday morning, repeating his often used line that there was "NO COLLUSION."

“ ‘Democrats can’t find a Smocking Gun tying the Trump campaign to Russia after James ComeyJames Brien ComeyWarren: Officials have duty ‘to invoke 25th amendment’ if they think Trump is unfit McCabe: Trump 'may have' committed a crime in blocking Russia probe Trump: 'Disgraced' McCabe, Rosenstein look like they were planning 'very illegal act' MORE’s testimony. No Smocking Gun...No Collusion.’ @FoxNews That’s because there was NO COLLUSION,” the president tweeted.

“So now the Dems go to a simple private transaction, wrongly call it a campaign contribution …. which it was not (but even if it was, it is only a CIVIL CASE, like Obama’s - but it was done correctly by a lawyer and there would not even be a fine,” he added. “Lawyer’s liability if he made a mistake, not me). Cohen just trying to get his sentence reduced. WITCH HUNT!”

Lewinsky, the former White House intern who famously had a relationship with former President Clinton, has become an anti-bullying advocate, drawing on her experience being at the center of a media firestorm related to the Clinton scandal.

She has spoken publicly about the onslaught of attention, criticism and abuse she faced from the tabloids and the media after the affair came to light.