President Trump is known for his late night Twitter missives, as well as his habit of revising tweets after their initial sending. But as of May 31, 1:35 a.m. EST, a tweet sent from his account still contains the curious word "covfefe."
retweet (opens in new tab) of a Fox & Friends story about his son-in-law Jared Kushner.
Naturally, Twitter had a ball with "covfefe," as users tried to make sense of what the president had meant:
My dad just bought the CA license plate "COVFEFE." #covfefe pic.twitter.com/WT5bXDTRN3May 31, 2017
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