People Who Have Used "Covfefe" Better than Trump

It's just another day in the White House and Sean Spicer is desperately trying to tell the world that Trump and a group of people actually know what "covfefe" means.

Others at the briefing simply asked, "What does "covfefe" mean?" and "What is "covfefe"?" without getting an answer.

Since his election as President of the United States, Donald Trump's Twitter activity has come in for ever-increasing scrutiny and, more often than not, ridicule. "(We) understand more than most that sometimes it is necessary to use code words".

The message was finally deleted early Wednesday, and Trump joke about it in a subsequent tweet.

Sanguine minds might have thought he meant "coverage".

Reporter: "Do you think people should be concerned that the president posted a somewhat incoherent tweet last night and that it then stayed up for hours?"

She said the White House attempts at spin were so bad she wondered if the communications team even cared what they said anymore.

"Covfefe is a great word, period!"

That's right. Trump sent out the mysterious tweet shortly after midnight on Wednesday (May 31st), writing the freakish word in the context of the sentence: "Despite the constant negative press covfefe".

"I went too far", she said in a second video.

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.

Trump later poked fun at the presumed typo, tweeting "Who can figure out the true meaning of "covfefe"???". "Despite the constant negative press covfefe", the tweet read Covfefe?

At his daily briefing Wednesday, where he took questions for just 7½ minutes, Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, refused to address the Russian Federation investigations, saying that from now on all such inquiries should go to Marc E. Kasowitz, the president's personal lawyer.

  • Arturo Norris