(CBrief) – President Joe Biden’s handlers got him into some more trouble on social media over a sign they posted above a door leading into the Oval Office over the weekend, a photo of which was shared by his Twitter account.

On Sunday, the president’s account posted a photo of a sign saying “Believe,” with the tweet simply saying “Tomorrow.”

The intent, apparently, was to announce that, the following day, the president and first lady would be hosting the cast of the popular TV show “Ted Lasso” at the White House for a conversation on the significance of mental health.

The pop-culture website The Mary Sue reported that the “Believe” sign is a nod to the TV show, that Coach Lasso uses inspires his fictional soccer team, AFC Richmond, where the sign sits above his office in the locker room.

The president’s handlers apparently saw this as an opportunity to raise awareness not only for the upcoming event but also for the administration’s initiatives. However, those plans were thwarted by Twitter users who had different ideas, with several posting parodies of the photo.