Trump's comment about 'Easy D' has Twitter users confused

President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Wednesday to express his frustration over judicial interference with his travel ban -- something he has done every day for more than a week.

He concluded what was at first a very typical tweet with the phrase "Easy D." It's unclear what he means by that expression.

"Easy D" likely refers to an "easy decision" for the judges, or "easy defense" for America -- but that's certainly not what Twitter users thought he meant. Even congressmen were a bit confused.

Representative Jim Himes (D-Conn.) assumed "Easy D" was a nickname, and jokingly asked to be called that for the rest of the week.

Others assumed the "D" stands for "Donald," and shared photos of the president wearing a bathrobe.

See what people are saying about the phrase: