They even lie about "Covfefe".

'No, it's still there ' #covfefepic.twitter.com/yndPf2yThGDefinition of "COVFEFE"1. A rare type of coffee with an orange color? 2. To yearn to own something possessed by a female? 3. To cover yourself with feelings? 4. Russian translation for I resign? My favorite: " When you want to say coverage but your hands are too small to hit all the letters on the keyboard." Ok, so I guess we have all figured out by now that there is no such word. (Don't try to use it when playing Scrabble with grandma. She will call you on it.)But there it was at the end of a tweet by the most powerful man on earth. Weren't his peeps supposed to start controlling his tweet pulses? I mean this is embarrassing. Clearly this was a typo made by someone whose mind might not be right, or someone who has a hard time controlling his twitter urges to the point where he is almost tweeting in his sleep.What we do know, is that it's not some type of inside jargon known only to a few as his press secretary seemed to imply today.You have to wonder why the president and his team would lie about something as obvious as this. At this point they should just acknowledge the error, ride with the joke, and move on. But no, they really expect us all to believe that the president intended to tweet covfefe for all the world to see.That's the tragedy of this story. Instead of laughing this all off as a simple typo and making light of it, this team of fabulists will still try to spin this into something favorable to them, and try to make the entire episode something that it was not.“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.“Uh, no,” Spicer said.“Why did it stay up so long? Is no one watching this?” the reporter asked.“No, I think the president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant,” Spicer said.I can't wait for a member of that "small group" to cue us all in. *Pic from twitter.com<!-- AddThis Feed Button BEGIN --> <!-- AddThis Feed Button END -->

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Definition of “COVFEFE”

1. A rare type of coffee with an orange color?

2. To yearn to own something possessed by a female?

3. To cover yourself with feelings?

4. Russian translation for I resign?

My favorite: ” When you want to say coverage but your hands are too small to hit all the letters on the keyboard.”

Ok, so I guess we have all figured out by now that there is no such word. (Don’t try to use it when playing Scrabble with grandma. She will call you on it.)

But there it was at the end of a tweet by the most powerful man on earth.

Weren’t his peeps supposed to start controlling his tweet pulses?

I mean this is embarrassing.

Clearly this was a typo made by someone whose mind might not be right, or someone who has a hard time controlling his twitter urges to the point where he is almost tweeting in his sleep.

What we do know, is that it’s not some type of inside jargon known only to a few as his press secretary seemed to imply today.

You have to wonder why the president and his team would lie about something as obvious as this. At this point they should just acknowledge the error, ride with the joke, and move on. But no, they really expect us all to believe that the president intended to tweet covfefe for all the world to see.

That’s the tragedy of this story. Instead of laughing this all off as a simple typo and making light of it, this team of fabulists will still try to spin this into something favorable to them, and try to make the entire episode something that it was not.

“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.

“Uh, no,” Spicer said.

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

“No, I think the president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant,” Spicer said.

I can’t wait for a member of that “small group” to cue us all in.

*Pic from twitter.com





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They even lie about "Covfefe".