President Trump may have just coined the greatest word of all time, but we don’t know how to say it or what it means.

In an apparent nod to President Donald Trump’s now-infamous “covfefe” tweet from earlier this week, an Arizonan has ordered a custom license plate depicting the term, the Arizona Department of Transportation confirmed Friday.

In a tweet sent out to his more than 31 million followers early Wednesday morning, Trump wrote: “Despite the negative press covfefe,” and nothing else.

The tweet was deleted early Wednesday morning, but not before #covfefe became a trending topic with millions of internet users trying to decipher what the term meant.

Trump encouraged his followers to figure out what he meant in another early-morning tweet on Wednesday.

When asked by reporters what the term meant, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer appeared to imply that the tweet was intentional, stating, “I think the president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant.”

Arizona vehicle owners can request personalized license plates of up to seven letters or numbers through ADOT’s Motor Vehicle Division for an additional fee. However, agency officials reserve the right to reject any lettering that could be viewed as objectionable.

ADOT officials confirmed Friday that “covfefe” no longer was available for order, an indication that it has been taken.

Additional details were not available.


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“Despite the negative press covfefe,” Trump wrote, and nothing more. The tweet was deleted, but only after it had been up for several hours. It gave Twitter a lot to chew on.



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