President Donald Trump’s apparent decision to move forward with a citizenship question on the U.S. Census form has led to a scramble for clarification from those who had led a legal challenge against it.

Trump posted on Twitter on Wednesday morning his administration’s decision to print census forms without the question was “fake” — despite a statement from Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announcing the question would not be included.

The administration had announced a day earlier the question would not be included after a Supreme Court decision sided with a lower court’s ruling.

The tweet led to calls for a conference from the plaintiffs in the case to determine the status of the case.

“Another day, another attempt to sow chaos and confusion,” said state Attorney General Letitia James. “The Supreme Court of the United States has spoken, and Trump’s own Commerce Department has spoken. It’s time to move forward to ensure every person in the country is counted.”