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On Tuesday, Donald Trump is once again mocked online on Twitter for usual reasons. The careless American president posted a nonsense and misspelt tweet which read, "Despite the constant negative press covfefe." It was all done a few hours after Sean Spicer, Press Secretary in the White House escaped from his first press conference as the US President returned to America in between the reporter revolt.
Ever since Trump tweeted the word, 'Covfefe', it has become a trending keyword on all social media platforms. Twitteratis have mocked Trump in massive numbers with memes and gifs for his bizarre tweet. Are you among the ones who are trolling the president?
Let's have a look at the story!
We don't know if the US president deserves to be mocked like this on the web world, but people are saying that if he can throw such meaningless tweets, then why can't we make fun of it.
A Twitter user hilariously wrote, "The half-finished tweet, which has not yet been deleted, was the result of one of Trump's aides ripping his phone from his hands," reports Daily Mail.
Actually, during his campaigns, President Trump had blasted on two/three major websites claiming that they're spreading 'FAKE NEWS' about him on the social media platforms, and these websites are 'enemies to America'. The representatives of these three outlets asked the Press Secretary, Spicer, to list down the stories which the White House believes to be false. Following this, he abruptly ended the conference.
"What I'm telling you is that the reason the president is frustrated is the perpetuation of false narratives, the use of unnamed sources over and over again about things that are happening that don't ultimately happen and I think that is troubling," reports Daily Mail.
However, the most appropriate guess for Covfefe's real meaning is coverage. It seems that President Trump was trying to type, "Despite the constant negative press coverage."
That's all, folks!