President Trump Issues Challenge To Figure Out True Meaning Of ‘Covfefe’ After Twitter Typo Goes Viral
There is never a dull moment with President Donald Trump.
When you're the leader of the free world, anything (and I mean ANYTHING) you say is newsworthy—even if it's a typo in an unfinished tweet.
Late last night the POTUS hit us with a tweet that left many scratching their heads.
What is a "covfefe?" How do you even pronounce it? Did he mean to say "coverage?"; and if so, what was the rest of his tweet supposed to say?
The tweet was sent out at 12:06 a.m. Wednesday morning and by of 4 a.m. had been retweeted over 108,000 times with more than 135,000 likes. To put that into context, some of Trump's most popular tweets see around 50,000 retweets and around 150,000 likes.
The tweet was finally taken down around 5:50 a.m. Wednesday morning, and at 6:09 a.m. we got another tweet where the President seemed to either be poking fun at himself for the gaffe, the public for reacting in such large numbers, or both.
I must admit, I definitely like the Trump who can laugh at himself more than the Trump who makes headlines for lashing out at others via his Twitter account.
At the time of this post, the internet is still blazing with "covfefe" jokes and memes.
Hey, regardless of how you feel about President Trump you can't deny that "covfefe" is bringing us all together.
Also, his tweet doesn't come close to being as ridiculous as Kathy Griffin's latest antics.