Like it or not, Donald Trump has made "covfefe" a thing and more than 24 hours after POTUS' botched tweet, people are still talking about it.
Trevor Noah knows one thing for sure; If POTUS isn't yet making "American Great Again," he's certainly owning Twitter.
"I don't know about America, but Donald Trump has definitely made Twitter great again — say what you want," "The Daily Show" host said Wednesday.
"As much as 'covfefe' was a gaffe, it must have been nice for the White House to have a Trump blunder that, for a change, didn't threaten national security," Noah said. "And more importantly, it provided welcome distraction from the fallout that came from his recent foreign trip."
Noah went on to discuss how Trump's administration is basically calling POTUS' trip the greatest presidential trip of all time, sharing clips of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer praising Trump's time abroad.
"Wow, did you see how incredible that was?” Noah said. "Not only is the administration ignoring all of the criticism of the trip, they're basically saying it was the greatest presidential trip of all time."
"That gives Sean Spicer the confidence to go out there and say straight-faced that Donald Trump is now the patron saint of diplomacy?” Noah said. "Well, it's because he knows that a large part of the population—you may know them as Republicans—believe that Donald Trump is far more credible than most news outlets."
Noah added that it wouldn't matter if Trump said "millions of illegals voted in the election" or "Obama wiretapped him," his administration eats it all up.
"Trump's whole political career has taught him that he doesn't need anyone's reality but his own. And that's why his staff isn't just praising him as the world's greatest diplomat, now they are praising him as the world's greatest human.”
Noah presented a statement made my White House spokesperson Hope Hicks that claimed Trump has a "great sense of humor" and an "amazing ability to make people feel special," to which Noah said, "Sounds less like Donald Trump and more like Gandhi combined with Ellen."
Overall, the propaganda technique that the White House is using seems only fitting for places like North Korea, which Noah claims Trump is trying to make happen.
"But here in America it's weird because Trump is trying to create his own little North Korea while the rest of us are like, 'Yo, we've got the internet, we know the truth.'"
Circling back to 'covfefe,' Noah shared a tweet from CNN host Kayleigh McEnany that twisted Trump's mistake into an honorable and hilarious joke, further pointing to how his supporters seem to believe anything.
"Covfefe - our President is human. Hilarious! Funny to watch left go nuts. An intentional "dog will chase the tail" tweet! #Covfefe." the tweet read.
"According to her, not only did Trump not mess up, but he deliberately wrote 'covfefe' to drive his enemies crazy," Noah said. "And clearly, this is the supreme leader's new strategy. Trump didn't screw up in Europe, he succeeded historically. He didn't fall asleep while tweeting, he humiliated his enemies. 'Covfefe' isn't a typo, it is a fantastic new word."