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Trump Post Goes Viral After Suffering Another ‘Covfefe’ Moment



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Donald Trump, known for disseminating unfounded allegations about his political adversaries, experienced another instance akin to his infamous “covfefe” moment on Monday when he attempted to circulate a speculative rumor concerning Florida’s governor, Ron DeSantis.

The former president shared a piece of gossip, which he misspelled as a “roomer,” suggesting that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis might withdraw from the Republican presidential primary to contest Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) for a U.S. Senate seat.

“Roomer (sic) are (sic) strong in political circles that Ron DeSanctimonious, whose Presidential run is a shambles, and whose poll numbers have absolutely crashed, putting him 3rd and 4th in some states, will be dropping out of the Presidential race in order to run, in Florida, against Rick Scott for Senate,” Trump wrote on Truth Social. “Now that’s an interesting one, isn’t it?”

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The source of Trump’s information about DeSantis remains unclear, but Twitter users seized upon the misspelled “roomer” and perpetuate its circulation.

Trump unleashed the “covfefe” word on the world on May 31, 2017, when he tweeted out a confusing partial sentence shortly after midnight.

“Despite the negative press covfefe,” the tweet read, and nothing more.

He deleted the tweet after it went viral. Not helping the matter was then-Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s insistence that covfefe made sense. He said people shouldn’t be concerned about the tweet and the fact that it was up for hours.

“I think the president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant,” Spicer said at the time.


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