Covfefe 2.0? Sarah Huckabee Sanders' emoji tweet grips the internet

Days ago, President Trump's tweet referencing "covfefe" was trending on social media.

Saturday morning, another perplexing tweet was gaining traction – this time from the Twitter account of White House deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

It includes dozens of emojis and many random characters. While the tweet seems incoherent, Twitter users have volunteered to decipher its meaning.

Click through the best reactions to the tweet:

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@SHSanders45 This is the most coherent statement to come from the Trump administration.
@blaustein @SandleDavid @SHSanders45 Somewhere in there she said, 'Trump is a liar.'
@blaustein @SHSanders45 To which Sean Spicer responded 🕯🕯🕯💰💰🗑☎️🔌📺🔦📷☎️⛩⛩🏢⛩🏣🏪🛵🛵🎺🤽‍♂️🍹🍺🍵🍣🍱🍟🌶🍟🌭🥖🥓🌩💧☁️💦☃️🐛🐌🦅🦀🦉🦂🐗🦑🐍🐢🙈🦉👜👩‍… https://t.co/NyDV4o0nvl
@chrisbrunson @blaustein @SHSanders45 @POTUS To which FLOTUS responded 💰💵💎👠
@blaustein @SHSanders45 This is what my cat's butt types when she sits on my computer https://t.co/LFCGdGz5vf
@blaustein @Oliviafoxradio @SHSanders45 She's crying for help only explanation
@blaustein @SHSanders45 IMO it means "we are planning to sell the infrastructure of the United States to Russia an… https://t.co/GRgpZ2gloL
@SHSanders45 Having trouble translating this into its native Russian
@SHSanders45 When u try to write a joke and realize Twitter already nailed it. https://t.co/npddTmqmFi
@ohhijackie @SHSanders45 Is "lolaklkk" the next "covfefe"?
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One commenter speculated, "spicey took her phone and is secretly asking for help. blink twice at the next briefing. i'll understand. "

Another noted, "Somewhere in there she said, 'Trump is a liar .'"

Someone else wrote, "This is the most coherent statement to come from the Trump administration."

In the end, the answer came from Sanders herself who noted in a follow-up tweet, "This is what happens when your 3 year old steals your phone. Thanks Huck!'

Trump's "covfefe" tweet, however, still remains somewhat of a mystery.

Posted on May 31, it read, "Despite the constant negative press covfefe."

While it's assumed that "covfefe" was just a typo, White House press secretary Sean Spicer disagrees.

In a press conference, when Spicer was asked about the president's "somewhat of an incoherent tweet," Spicer said, "The president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant."

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