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Spicer was replying to a question thrown at him during a media meeting later in the day asking why the tweet remained uncorrected for so long on Trump's personal @realDonaldTrump account.
"I will be announcing my decision on the Paris Accord over the next few days". On May 31, President Trump took to Twitter to discuss only what we can assume was something about "fake news", but instead he created a new word thanks to a sleepy typo.
Was it tweetus incompletus?
And what was Trump trying to say, anyway?
"The Twitterverse greeted covfefe's arrival with unfettered rapture", the host said.
Tiger Woods arrested in Florida for DUI
May 2011 - Woods withdraws from The Players Championship after a 42 on the front nine and takes a break of almost three months. Plans to participate at Augusta in April, on the 20th anniversary of his first Masters victory, also had to be abandoned.
Golden State Warriors advance to NBA Finals
He finished with 15 points in a frenzied 32 minutes in Game 4 against Golden State . "Whatever I decide, it's going to be great". So yes, in that locker room and on the floor, Durant is, as Curry told me back in January, "one of us".
"We are focused on the president's agenda", answered White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
You need to be Logged in to sign up for Express Login. Air France U.K. tweeted, "Breaking Our newest destination is sunny #Covfefe!". "It has everything: Russian entanglements, spray tans, creepy handshakes, surprise trade wars". Silicon Valley executive Andrew Crow went so far as to change his last name on Twitter to "Covfefe". Jimmy Kimmel tweeted a response, saying "What makes me sad is that I know I'll never write anything funnier than #covfefe".
Trump's "covfefe" message drew renewed attention to his prolific Twitter habit. The organisation said in a letter to senators in March that it had told the Trump team that it needs to "capture and preserve all tweets that the President posts... including those that are subsequently deleted".
"People in covfefe houses shouldn't throw covfefe", the former first lady tweeted on Wednesday evening.
Earlier on Wednesday, Clinton - who refused to let such a good opportunity to mock her formal presidential candidate rival - also cracked a joke about the misspelled tweet while speaking at the Code Conference in Los Angeles.
Following the previous election , the Conservatives won a working majority of 17 seats in the 650-member House of Commons. The biggest donation for the Conservatives came from theatre producer John Gore, who gave Theresa May's party £1,000,050.
But Trump immediately railed against administration leaks in a flurry of tweets Sunday, calling them "fabricated lies". Congressional Democrats have demanded to hear directly from Kushner about the allegations against him, CBS reported .
Clashes erupted on Tuesday as the military moved to hunt down Abu Sayyaf leader Isnilon Hapilon, who was sighted in Marawi City. Authorities said the militants had killed 19 civilians in Marawi, a mostly Muslim-populated city of 200,000 people.
There is no indication Kushner is now a target of the FBI's probe, and there are no allegations he committed any wrongdoing. At the time , a White House official dismissed it as a brief courtesy meeting. "We're not going to comment on Jared".
The Philippines has been grappling with incidents of terrorism, especially on the southern island of Mindanao . Several people were seen injured, but police and Resorts World management have yet to give details.
The states claimed the companies knew their products caused illnesses but went to great lengths to hide scientific evidence. The lawsuit also seeks an injunction to stop the companies from "continued deception", DeWine's office said.
This decision will likely disappoint Israel supporters but gives the president a better chance of reaching a peace deal. The official also defended the fact that Trump not moving the embassy was breaking a key campaign promise.
Authorities are appealing for more information about his final days. "They picked the wrong people to mess with this time". Police officers gather on a street near a property that they raided in the Moss Side area of Manchester on 27 May 2017.
Klizan in French Open handshake row ahead of Murray clash
He dropped further behind the baseline and allowed Kuznetsov to dictate while clapping and grinning sarcastically towards his box. Just 4-4 this clay season and with only one title this year, Andy Murray admits it's been a tough start to 2017.
Mickelson to miss US Open for daughter's graduation
Phil Mickelson has announced that he will miss this year's US Open to attend his daughter's High School graduation. Amanda was born a day after the US Open at Pinehurst in 1999, when Mickelson finished second to Payne Stewart .
Bombing in diplomatic area of Kabul kills 90, wounds scores
The powerful explosion rocked the neighbourhood, which is considered the city's safest, during the peak of morning rush hour. France's foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian says the French Embassy in Kabul suffered material damage in the auto bombing.
MLB expected to reduce Harper's suspension by 1 game
The bad blood between the two stemmed from a pair of home runs Harper hit off Strickland in the 2014 playoffs. "I don't know. After being hit in the hip by a pitch from Giants' reliever Will Strickland, Harper charged the mound and a brawl ensued.
Audit: Millions of Trump's Twitter followers are fake
Only Trump and perhaps some collection of his advisors know for certain if this president bought any of his 31 million followers. The president experienced an increase of 2.3 million followers in May, adding approximately 573,000 followers each week.
BA Bermuda Flights To Resume Service Today
The airline has apologised for what it described as a global system outage, saying it was hard at work at resolving the issue. Some British media speculated the system failure was the result of a cyberattack but British Airways rejected that claim.
G7 leaders divided on climate change
The backing of the Paris Agreement goals from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and Britain is not a surprise. The G-7 leaders had better luck finding agreement on the other problematic topic at the summit, trade.