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The WH Dossier Contest: Use Covfefe in a Sentence

As you maybe aware, President Trump last night issued an odd tweet, “Despite the constant negative press covfefe,” and then left it at that.

This morning, he deleted it and poked fun at himself.

So let’s take him up on it by using covfefe in a sentence. I’ll start.

  1. Doctors recently removed a fully formed covfefe from Maxine Waters’ brain.
  2. Before I anglicized it, my name was Keith Covfefe.
  3. I like to have a nice cup of covfefe with cream in the morning.
  4. The highest price ever paid for a covfefe was $1.3 million.
  5. Distraught over the breakup, drunk, and addicted to covfefe, the famous actor killed himself.

Okay, your turn!

Oh, and it’s not a contest. This is the “everyone wins” society, remember? Let’s just see your best!

Video || The American Tradition of Politicians Body-Slamming Journalists

Well, it turns out that guy in Montana who body-slammed a reporter went ahead and got elected to a House seat anyway.

Everyone seems surprised, but it doesn’t seem to have occurred to anyone on the Washington mainstream media that body-slamming a reporter, particularly one so dripping with metrosexuality — Oh, you broke my glasses! — might actually have HELPED his prospects.

This, of course, is not the first time in American history a politician has needed to body-slam a reporter. has documented several such cases.