Here is What basically “covfefe” is

Champion of National Spelling Bee 2017 Ananya Vinay was invited to CNN’s “New Day” and was asked by the host to spell one final word that was “covfefe.”

Host Alisyn Camerota asked. “We have a challenge for you,” “We’d like you to spell a word. It’s recently become popular. Do you know the word ‘covfefe’?”

Ananya Vinay asked for what the word basically is. Camerota replied covfefe means “a nonsense word made up by the President of the United States in a late-night tweet” and that its language of origin was “gibberish.”

Ananya then asked for which part of speech is it, to which co-host Chris Cuomo said “it could be a noun, but may be used as a verb and as an insult.” She tried further to plot the word in her gigantic mental vocabulary.

Camerota then told her many other “alternate pronunciations” of the word for the 12-year-old spelling crown holder, her shot at spelling the word was “cofefe.” she spelled the word, while chuckling could be heard in the background.

 “Good enough,” Cuomo replied. “That’s the only good answer we’ve heard about that word in days.”  “You win!” Camerota replied. “Again,  covfefe trump was a nonsense word.”

“Covfefe Trump” turn out to be the No.1 trend on Twitter this week after President Trump pretended to send out an incomplete tweet with the typo error. White House press secretary Sean Spicer claims on Wednesday that “the president and a small group of people know exactly” what the tweet intended, denying to say whether Trump had merely made an error.

It was 12:06 a.m. on Wednesday when Trump tweeted: “Despite the constant negative press covfefe.”

Contained by six hours, it had gathered 127,000 retweets and 62,000 likes, taking its place as one of his most widely held tweets ever.

By the time of 6 a.m., that tweet had been remove. Shortly after, Trump tweeted this: “Who can figure out the true meaning of “covfefe” ??? Enjoy!”

Ananya Vinay from Fresno, California, earned the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday after many rounds compared to Rohan Rajeev. The pair was the last two of the first 291 spellers from the competition.

“I just focused on my word and tried to spell it right,” Ananya Vinay on CNN’s “New Day.”