And so, the word “covfefe” was coined.
Donald Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday night to complain about the media, as per usual, but the president unwittingly sent out an incomplete tweet — with a misspelling the internet had a lot of fun with.
“Despite the constant negative press covfefe,” Trump tweeted, with “covfefe” presumably meaning “coverage.”
At the time of writing, the tweet still hasn’t been taken down. It’s really him, folks.
Despite the constant negative press covfefe
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 31, 2017
Soon Twitter were getting on board the “covfefe” train, because gee, this was certainly a “covfefe” of a mistake.
We’re just wondering, is it pronounced “cov-FEY-FEY” or “cov-FEE-FEE?”
covfefe is a good name for a Pomeranian tbqh
— Clara Jeffery (@ClaraJeffery) May 31, 2017
THINKPIECE: The media’s inability to understand “covfefe” early on gave rise to Trump.
— Sopan Deb (@SopanDeb) May 31, 2017
Tomorrow Sean Spicer: “Good morning. Covfefe for being here today.”
— Bess Kalb (@bessbell) May 31, 2017
Do not stop using #Covfefe suddenly or you could have unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. Ask your doctor how to safely stop using Covfefe.
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) May 31, 2017
And yes, someone has already registered covfefe.com.
Early contender for word of the year, anyone?