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On Tuesday, President of the United States Donald Trump shared this tweet, which nobody can understand.
More so than usual.
It's not the first time that the President has gone after the press and claimed it is bias against him.
Nor that he's tweeted something with typos. The difference is he usually deletes them and reposts them with corrections.
Thus far, he's not done that with "covfefe".
Sassy responses have followed, including this one from the Merriam-Webster dictionary.
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Regrets checking Twitter.
Goes back to bed. — Merriam-Webster (@Merriam-Webster)
The dictionary's social media, which usually has an articulate and subtle jibe to make about the President's tweets, was lost for words.
Urban Dictionary however, was much faster on the uptake.
Whoever did this wins the internet.
#covfefe https://t.co/hlfyPviQ2V — Matthew Summers (@Matthew Summers)
The fact that 'Covfefe' is definitely now a meme, probably means it'll be added during the next official dictionary intake.
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