(CNN) - Whoops.
The White House let a little profanity slip via email on Wednesday, when the subject line of their daily photograph email misspelled the word dam. "Photo: Visiting the Hoover Damn," read the subject line of the email.
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The word dam appears in other parts of the email and that was the only time it was misspelled.
The photo taken Tuesday by White House photographer Pete Souza is of President Barack Obama on a visit near the bottom of Hoover Dam, a 726 feet tall arch-gravity dam just outside Las Vegas. Obama spent three nights in Nevada preparing for Wednesday night's debate.
Several hours later, just before 2:30 p.m. ET, the White House sent out a second version of the email, this time omitting the profanity with the correct spelling of the word "dam" in the subject line.
The corrected email read: "An earlier version of the Daily Snapshot included a typo in the subject line of the message."
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