Word of the day: Covfefe. No, we don't know what it means either.
Donald Trump's Twitter is always near the top of the news agenda: whether he's accusing his predecessor - and Britain - of spying on him, or clapping back at Germany with a 140-character musing, the social media platform is well known to be one of his favourite means for communicating with the public.
Today, his tweets are the centre of attention for a different reason - he's apparently started making up words.
In the early hours of this morning (late last night in US time), Trump tweeted the following:
Despite the constant negative press covfefe
The tweet has since been deleted (although it had been up for six hours by the time it was taken down), so here's a screenshot:
His fellow tweeters were delighted, if baffled, by the President's message. Here's a roundup of some of the best reactions on Twitter:
The inevitable hair joke:
Could this new word make it into dictionaries next year?
Well, it's already made it into one dictionary:
Someone at least put a presidential spin on it:
Isn't covfefe really more of a state of mind?
Comedians bemoaned the fact that Trump is stealing their thunder:
what makes me saddest is that I know I'll never write anything funnier than #covfefe— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) May 31, 2017
The meme of the moment meets the word of the day:
TRUMP: Despite the constant negative press— Super Deluxe (@superdeluxe) May 31, 2017
ME: COVFEFE pic.twitter.com/PfA6xrwL4W