"Despite the constant negative press covfefe", wrote this nation's Commander in Chief and leader of he free world. Moments after tweeting about the "meaning of covfefe" on Wednesday, he turned to Twitter again to blast the Russian Federation probes and address a series of other issues.
"'Covfefe is a great word, period!-Sean Spicer tomorrow", read one tweet, mentioning the president's spokesman. As of Wednesday morning, covfefe was a top trending term on Twitter from Perth to Delhi, and from Mexico City to Paris.
Trump is notorious for launching into Twitter tirades against the media, and it appears that he was about to embark upon another one of his 140-character spiels in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
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He scolded celebrity Kathy Griffin for a video that showed what looked like Trump's severed head: "My children, especially my 11-year-old son, Barron, are having a hard time with this". Imagine storyboarding dozens of "covfefe" tweets for 10 hours only to find that none of them are more interesting than the typo that Trump farted out in the first place. The palm of the best answer goes to a certain Nick Jack Pappas: " Covfefe: When you do something stupid but pretend that you knew very well what you were doing. He then, in a follow-up tweet by which he seemingly meant to save face, invited followers to play a guessing game regarding the true, hidden meaning of his imaginary word.
Whether or not President Trump paused his usual Twitter storm of tweets because he had Melania to express his thoughts to instead of turning immediately to Twitter isn't known. Checks Twitter... Uh... Regrets checking Twitter.
Whoever is managing Merriam-Webster's Twitter account deserves praise for remaining patient at such a time.