Donald Trump was once again trending on Twitter early Wednesday morning after sending out an incomplete tweet that many thought was bizarre and out of place, even fore the president who is known to use social media after dark. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was forced to address the issue during his latest Press Briefing and didn't seem happy about it.

Spicer on Trump's tweet

From the early days of the 2016 presidential election, it was clear that Donald Trump was not going to see eye to eye with the mainstream media. The press constantly held Trump's feet to the fire, with the former host of "The Apprentice" pushing back at any coverage he didn't agree with.

Supporters of the president have stood by his side, increasing the war of words on the media as the feud between both sides has picked up since Inauguration Day. Due to the bad blood between the president and the press, Trump has opted to use social media whenever he can as his first choice for promoting his agenda and making his thoughts known to the American people. On Wednesday morning, Trump returned to Twitter shortly after midnight and sent out the aforementioned tweet, forcing Sean Spicer to defend the message during his press briefing, as reported by The Hill on May 31.

While speaking to reporters during an audio-only press briefing on Wednesday, it was only a matter of time before the tweet in question was brought up to Sean Spicer.

Yahoo News' reporter Hunter Walker pressed Spicer on the issue, asking, "Do you think the people should be concerned that the president posted a somewhat incoherent tweet last night and that it stayed up for hours?" "Umm, no," Spicer replied. "Why did it stay up for so long?" Walker asked, before adding, "Is no one watching this?"

In response, Sean Spicer gave a vague answer.

"The President and a small group of people knew exactly what he meant," the press secretary said. As of press time, no one in the White House has been able to give a definition of what "covfefe" actually means.

Trump's backtrack

In a possible attempt to walk back the tweet, Donald Trump removed it around 6:00 a.m.

and addressed it with a follow-up message. "Who can figure out the true meaning of 'covfefe?" Trump tweeted, before adding ""Enjoy!" It's unknown what the term means, and whether or not it has a deeper meaning or if it's just the White House's way of covering up a late-night blunder at the hands of the commander in chief.