However, at the tail-end of the tweet the U.S. president apparently hit a stumbling block, with him instead typing: "Despite the constant negative press covfefe".
After the post was deleted, Trump made light of the situation by tweeting, "Who can figure out the true meaning of "covfefe"???".
When he was told earlier this year not to like Twitter, the USA president is yet to its own commands and tweets (very) regularly on all possible subjects of its foreign policy to the supposed mediocrity of his opponent. Because that is where the rub is hurting, no dictionary or translator has been able to understand the meaning of the word "covfefe".
Donald Trump seemed poised to go on another Twitter rant, but it ended in "covfefe".
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte: Wembley defeat can't take shine off season
Go somewhere and make a lame joke about his "turning circle" for all I care. Arsenal are not in the Champions League next season.
Now that the trip is history, though, it's clear the presidential tweeter is back in full, with "covfefe" and more.
Donald Trump speaks during a visit to the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial museum, commemorating the six million Jews killed by the Nazis during World War II, on May 23, 2017.
What do you do about a problem like covfefe?
It was about "constant negative press covfefe". There is nothing unusual about this, given Trump's penchant for late-night tweets that often result in widespread controversy. Lookups fo (r). Regrets checking Twitter.
'Bachelorette' Contestant Under Fire for Not Wanting to Date Trans Women
Fans who have been following the Bachelorette spoilers for the season will be anxious to see how Rachel and Peter's date goes. She must have done alright, though, because she's already announced she is presently engaged .
One can only wonder how Melania's presence at the White House this summer, once Melania and Barron Trump relocate to the White House from New York City, will have an effect upon President Trump's Twitter habits.
In a post on his Twitter account Wednesday morning, Trump said, "My children, especially my 11-year-old son, Barron, are having a hard time with this".
Team Twitter already had gone into overdrive trying to fill in the blanks, floating both silly and serious scenarios. That's it. There was no extra information or punchline, just a familiar refrain about the media being unfair and a random typo that has since taken over the internet (it also drove Merriam-Webster insane).
She's back! Schapelle Corby lands in Brisbane
Denpasar police chief, Hadi Purnomo, said police were obliged to provide security for Corby's release and transfer to the airport. Ms Corby can now speak freely to media but not for profit, as Australia's proceed of crime laws mean she cannot sell her story.