White House Won't Confirm Or Deny Trump's 'Covfefe' Tweet Was A Typo

Cheryl Sanders
June 1, 2017

"Goes back to bed", @MerriamWebster wrote after Trump's first tweet ignited a slew of possible definitions and jokes, as well as defences of the president. "You don't have a high enough classification to know what covfefe means".

The two got into a Twitter battle with each other, each saying they were the ones "summoned" by Trump's tweet.

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Had he typed the word correctly, he would have tweeted, "Despite the constant negative press coverage", and that would've been it-an incomplete thought from an incomplete man, as the level of embarrassing just keeps getting worse.

At 6:09 a.m. he tweeted, "Who can figure out the true meaning of "covfefe"???".

The tweet has since been deleted and replaced with a presidential guessing game, as well as a both highly annoyed and highly amused internet searching for answers. I do like Donald Trump making people laugh. "It has everything: Russian entanglements, spray tans, creepy handshakes, surprise trade wars". Silicon Valley executive Andrew Crow went as far to change his last name on Twitter to "Covfefe". White House strategist Steve Bannon declared that journalists are the enemy of the people.

America awoke to a state of general confusion Wednesday morning, trying to make sense of (yet another) one of the president's late-night Twitter rampages.

But a US President is forbidden from deleting a tweet according to the Presidential Records Act of 1978.

Trump is known to be a family man, so it's not surprising that "tweets mentioning his family were the most likely to carry a positive sentiment".

Spicer's smug reply seems to suggest that the vast Internet populations are quite dumb as only "a small group of people know exactly what he meant".

After all, Trump did once say he had "the best words".

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