He deleted the message early Wednesday morning, then tweeted again, just after 6 a.m., seemingly to make fun of his confounding “covfefe” tweet.
Enjoy, indeed: As The Washington Post's Travis M. Andrews reported, the original “covfefe” tweet was retweeted more than 127,000 times and “liked” more than 162,000 times within six hours — “making it one of his most popular tweets in months. By then it had become a massive Internet joke.”
Among the people getting in on the action: other politicians in the nation's capital.
Some not-so-politely pointed out that “covfefe” was not an actual word, although nobody noted it was unbecoming of the president of the United States.
Others offered definitions of what they thought the president was trying to convey.
Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio) provided a salty sample definition:
His 37-character response to the tweet mocked 'round the world: