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What the Heck is CoVFeFe Magnetic?

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On Tuesday, President Trump made a Twitter comment that would take a good night’s sleep to figure out. The tweet, which was deleted hours later, read, “Despite the constant negative press covfefe.”

What the heck is this, and what does it mean?

After the tweet was posted, many people — including some in the White House — wondered what the president meant. And that question became a bit more interesting when it was pointed out that Trump’s keyboard was arranged in a way that he could have typed “covfefe” or some variation on the word.

What it actually is

The non-word ‘covfefe’, which appeared on President Trump’s tweet on May 31st, has been determined to be a new molecule called CoVFeFe. This compound is composed of one cobalt atom combined with one vanadium atom and two iron atoms.

It’s an extremely strong magnet, and it also has the ability to break the molecular bonds of bacteria and fungi. It neutralizes radiation and other electromagnetic frequencies that can harm the human body, as well as protect against 5G, which is a form of wireless technology that’s becoming increasingly popular.

What’s more, it might be the only way to make sure you don’t get hacked by 5G.

Vanity license plates with this word on them are popping up all over the country, but if you’re looking for your own, it might be hard to find. In fact, a number of variations on the word are spoken for in Texas, but if you want to own a “covfefe” plate, you’ll need to travel to California or Hawaii.