Just after midnight on Wednesday morning, Donald Trump sent out a bizarre and incomplete tweet. The president was quickly mocked and trolled across social media, though at least one host on Fox News is coming to his defense.

Trump's tweet

It didn't take long after Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president to see that he would not be on the same page as the mainstream media. After Trump referred to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "murderers" and "rapists" during his campaign announcement, he was hit with instant criticism from the press, which has only increased over the last two years.

Trump made a habit out of bashing the media during the election, and has increased his attacks since being sworn into office last January. Due to the rift between both sides, the former host of "The Apprentice" has made social media his number one form of communication as a way to bypass more traditional news outlets. While Trump has labeled the press "fake news," resulting in clear opposition to the media from his supporters, the president's use of social media has only increased. Though Trump's Twitter use has gained instant headline news coverage, it has also come with criticism. As reported by Raw Story on May 31, a Fox News host is coming to Trump's defense.

A few minutes after the clock stuck midnight on Wednesday, Donald Trump sent out an incoherent Tweet that instantly raised eyebrows.

"Despite the constant negative press covfefe," the tweet read, with many wondering what "covfefe" even meant. The tweet was active for hours before being pulled later in the morning. In an apparent attempt to twist the story using humor, Trump tweeted around 6:00 a.m. and wrote, "Who can figure out the true meaning of 'covfefe' ???


Fox News on Trump

Though social media and many mainstream news outlets criticized and questioned Donald Trump over his Twitter post, the conservative-friendly Fox News was there to come to his aid.

Host Jon Scott said "People are enjoying it, you’ve got to give him that." "It was a big issue during the campaign. He often accused Hillary Clinton of not having the energy, the stamina to be president," Scott stated.

Jon Scott then went on to note that the tweet was sent around midnight and deleted just six hours later, praising Donald Trump for his ability not to need much sleep. "I guess the president is a man who needs only a few hours sleep," Scott said, while going on to give him credit for getting many "likes" and "retweets."