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The mysterious ‘Covfefe’ world of real Donald Trump

On the historical day, May 31 2017, At 12:06 a.m. ET, the President of the United States Donald Trump tweeted covfefe his 32 million Followers on Twitter:

“Despite the constant negative press covfefe”

Τhe tweet was posted at 12:06 a.m. ET.

By 6 a.m. that tweet had been deleted.

Too late. #Covfefe became trendy on Twitter. Millions of concerned citizens tried to decode the mysterious word. What does #covfefe mean?

Dozens of definitions were posted on Twitter, many associated magic Covfefe with coffee.

A long lasting covfefe inspiration.

Even Frank Underwood, the evil President from House of Cards commented on Covfefe with a screen shot from House of Cards 5

IMHO, one of the best Covfefe Tweet is the one tweeted by the Phildelphia Police:

Shortly after the hell broke out on the internet, Trump tweeted this:

According to CNN,  Trump seemed to be trying to type “coverage” and misspelled it. As he often does. Then he fell asleep and didn’t correct the mistake until he got up in the morning.

A simple typing error that can happen to everyone? Or even worse… a terrible coded message?

At an off-camera briefing, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said that only Trump and a small number of people knew the meaning of the word.

“Do you think people should be concerned that the president posted somewhat of an incoherent tweet last night and that it then stayed up for hours?” a reporter asked Spicer.

“Um, no,” the press secretary replied.

“Why did it stay up so long? Is no one watching this?” the reporter asked.

“I think the president and a small group of people knew exactly what he meant,” Spicer answered.

Too dumb.

Chaos erupted among the press gallery as Spicer had turned a simple typo onto conspiracy.

Hillary Clinton mocked that covfefe was a hidden message to Russians”.

Covfefe is in everybody’s lips – or better say: under everybody’s typing fingers.

In Sweden, entrepreneur and fashion designer Per Holknekt was quick and registered the new word Covfefe as trademark.

“I’ve got my trademark radar switched on round the clock. I now own the EU rights for the perhaps most talked about word in the world right now. All the marketing has already been done by the media. It’s superb,” Holknekt told Breakit.

Holknekt said he paid 413 USD for the registration.

A small investment that can bring huge profit.

Unless the real Donald Trump comes up with a new word. Covfefe?

PS I’m afraid Trump’s next #Covfefe will be #climafefe as he plans to announce the US withdrawal from the Paris Treaty for Climate Change. And this –fefe won’t be fun.

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