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

13 Juin 2017

The problem isn't that the old man in the White House can't spell-hell, he's been unable to spell since he took office, as he demonstrates by consistently tweeting misspelled words.

President Donald Trump has a lot of people scratching their heads today.

Some users sought clarification from dictionary company Merriam-Webster. Checks Twitter.Uh.Lookups fo.Regrets Checking Twitter.

"A "covfefe" is 'a Yiddish term for 'I gotta go to bed now, ' I think", the former "Saturday Night Live" writer told "New Day" anchor Alisyn Camerota, laughing.

When we asked the White House for a hint of the term's meaning Wednesday, representatives didn't respond before this story was published.

The charitable interpretation is that Trump meant to spell out "coverage".

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Words With Friends defined "covfefe" as "the amount and quality of reporting when autocorrect fails you at 3am". Trump tweeted just after midnight Eastern time on Wednesday, May 31, 2017: "Despite the constant negative press covfefe".

Many on Twitter have supplied tongue-in-cheek meanings. "Enjoy!" the president then wrote in the morning, seeing the amusing side of it.

"Just like during the Aso administration, Trump tweets mysterious "covfefe" tweet and sparks uproar", the tweet read. So rogue that even his own staff can't control him.

"Yet." More than five hours later the tweet had been neither corrected nor deleted, nor was there any hint of what Trump was trying to say. There is nothing unusual about this, given Trump's penchant for late-night tweets that often result in widespread controversy.