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What Codes May come
“Covfefe” became a sensation within minutes, and within less than an hour T-shirts sporting COVFEFE were for sale. Many people were worried, wondering if all was well with the President, since the tweet appeared not to’ve been a finished sentence, still, it was sent. Aside from that, the word COVFEFE appeared not to make any sense.
Speculations increased, as well as the creativity on twitter, trying to interpret what it was he could have possibly meant with the term COVFEFE. A term that could just as easily have been a typo that was supposed to read, ” coverage”.
Could Theodor Roosevelt’s code from the Spanish-American war have been used ? If so, it would be brilliant; a brilliant tweet to challenge the intelligence of arrogant liberals. It’s not improbable he may have heard of that code, having attended Military Academy and having great respect, for Theodore Roosevelt, after whom his youngest Grandchild is named. In that case the sentence, too, would make perfect sense, as would COVFEFE