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let’s have more on president trump’s mysterious message overnight taking on the press in a tweet and then ending with a typo. He is now reacting to all the reaction that Twitter got from his latest tweet. And his press secretary Sean spicer returning to the podium for the first time in more than two weeks. Let’s go to Cecilia Vega who is in Washington with all of that. Good morning, Cecilia. Reporter: Yeah, Amy, if you want me to say how to pronounce the word, I don’t know. Covfefe, none of us know how to say it. It was a total head scratcher of a tweet from the president in the middle of the night. Even people close to him have no idea what was behind this. Reporter: Overnight the president took to Twitter to complain about the media, six minutes after midnight he wrote, despite the constant negative press and then a jumble of letters, perhaps he meant coverage. That tweet retweeted more than 127,000 times becoming his most popular tweet since inauguration day. The reaction immediate. Social media users pounced. But just before 6:00 A.M. That tweet deleted and the president seemed to find the humor in it too. This morning tweeting, who can figure out the true meaning of covfefe? Enjoy. In the white house, press secretary Sean spicer back at the podium after more than 15 days without an on camera briefing. Good afternoon. Reporter: But as for answers to all those questions about Russia. I’m not going to GE into what the president did or did not discuss. Reporter: He did not deny the president’s son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner tried to set up back channel communications with Russia during the transition but he would not say whether the president knew or when he found out. You’re asking if he approves of an action that is pot a confirmed action. So does the white house dispute that that happened? I’m not going to get into it but your question presupposes facts that have not been confirmed. Reporter: Reporters…

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