This morning, people on social media were introduced to a new word tweeted out by the President, "covfefe." We can only speculate what it could mean.

The president's tweet has been deleted since it initially went out early this morning, but too many people captured it prior to deletion.

Even after the initial tweet, the president could only poke fun at himself.

Wondering what this new word could mean, we had to do some research. We have narrowed it down to these five possibilities.

  • AMERICA'S HOTTEST NEW CURSE WORD

    At first, I thought maybe "covfefe" could be America's hottest new curse word, but then I realized that title still belongs to my last name (fun fact, my last name is Kleemann). You'll get it when you watch the video clip.

  • WHERE TIGER WOODS TOLD POLICE HE WAS COMING FROM AFTER BEING PULLED OVER FOR HIS ARREST

    The police report says Woods was asleep at the wheel and had to be awakened. After waking up, his speech was slurred and he said he was coming from a golf tournament in Los Angeles, despite actually being in Jupiter, FL. Covfefe sounds like it could be the name of a golf course he was trying to describe to the police, or perhaps what city he thought he was coming from on the west coast, given that his speech was slurred. However, the word "covfefe is nowhere to be found within the police report.

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  • HE THOUGHT IT WAS THE SYNONYM FOR ANOTHER WORD

    Perhaps much like Ron Burgundy, he thought it meant something else, like possibly a synonym for the word "diversity." Not sure how that would make sense contextually, but if that were the case, it means that Trump has never seen the movie "Anchorman" and learned that diversity is "an old, old wooden ship that was used during the Civil War era."

  • THE NEWEST TRENDY DRINK FROM STARBUCKS

    Weeks ago, there was the Starbucks fad that lasted less than a week, known as the "Unicorn Frappucino." If you were unlucky enough to enjoy the aesthetically pleasing drink, we can only hope you didn't acquire an unhealthy sugar addiction. We can only suspect that a new drink from Starbucks would be known as the "Covfefe." It also comes in Mocha flavor and you can get it either iced or hot. My guess is a Venti Covfefe would have you up at 5 a.m. ready to tweet until your staff takes your phone away.

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  • IT'S WHAT BILL MURRAY SAID TO SCARLETT JOHANSSON AT THE END OF "LOST IN TRANSLATION"

    SPOILER ALERT:

    At the very end of the fantastic 2003 movie "Lost In Translation," starring Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson, Murray's character (Bob Harris) utters something to Johansson (Charlotte) just before they part ways before the movie's conclusion. It's been a mystery to the audience what was said and has never been revealed. What if Bob Harris said to Charlotte, "Covfefe." Maybe it was something that meant something to them. Could it be that Trump knew this all along and he's been trolling us this whole time?

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