Published: Thu, June 01, 2017
Local | By Dorothy Bennett

Donald Trump sends vague midnight tweet about 'negative press covfefe,' internet erupts

President Donald Trump is back at it again with a mysterious tweet.

Perhaps a new word will enter the lexicon after President Trump tweeted it in a weird post just after midnight Wednesday.

Six hours later, Trump deleted the tweet and wrote the following response: "Who can figure out the true meaning of "covfefe"???". "You're all laughing, but perhaps the real Twitter is the covfefe we make along the way", the Harry Potter author wrote, soon followed by a reply to one of her followers, "Try searching covfeef or covfif".

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But on Tuesday night (May 30), the tweeter-in-chief set the service on fire with one of his most confounding, weird messages.

Was it the start of a rant against "negative press coverage" that somehow went awry?

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Example: "The presidency of Trump was a vast Covfefe". The two got into a Twitter battle with each other, each saying they were the ones "summoned" by Trump's tweet. But the tweet was not deleted until shortly before 6 a.m. - more than five hours after the fumbled initial thought, and after more than 127,000 retweets.

Press secretary Sean Spicer played it straight at an afternoon briefing when reporters asked about the puzzling tweet.

Donald Trump's tweets are routinely the most heavily discussed topic on the internet, but his latest post to the social network site will likely go down as the POTUS's most infamous tweet yet.

Mind you, we're talking about assorted Media Twitter here, so it goes without saying that none of these memes are good or amusing.

Whoever is managing Merriam-Webster's Twitter account deserves praise for remaining patient at such a time.

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