President Donald Trump had two tweets about the strange word “covfefe” in May 2017, but nobody knew what he meant. It’s now reported that Google had buried the meaning of this word from its social platform.

On May 30 and 31, 2017, President Trump posted two surprising tweets after returning from Saudi Arabia: “Despite the constant negative press covfefe …” and “Who can figure out the true meaning of “covfefe” ??? Enjoy!.” But nobody knew its meaning and Internet users can not find this term on Google.

Internet activist Tiffany FitzHenry reported the Google leaks that were recently released, in which some related to the word “covfefe.”

Documents leaked reveal that Google ran to remove the meaning of the Arabic “Covfefe” text as quickly as the president tweeted the term.

The same leaks are published by James O’Keefe III’s organization, Project Veritas, among dozens of important revelations about political bias at Google. They showed the engineers in the company had planned for launch an alternative translation of the term “covfefe.”

Google emails on “covfefe”

The Daily Caller reported:

Google Translate, the tool that allows users to enter any text and have it translated to dozens of other languages, senses the word “covfefe” as an arabic word when the term is entered. This translates to “I will stand up” normally.

Engineers at Google proposed making an exception in the translation software and auto-translating covfefe to the ASCII graphic “( ̄\_(ツ)_/ ̄).”

The change was planned for launch and fully coded but was axed before launch, for reasons not included in the leaked emails.

Besides, ex-Google engineer Kevin Cernekee was recently fired by Google, told Fox News about the bias of his former employer.

“If you do a Google search for ‘Crippled America,’ which is Donald Trump’s book, you would get results that would show ‘Mein Kampf’ instead,” Cernekee said, referring to the book by Adolf Hitler. “I reported that, I filed a bug, I escalated it, I tried to run it up the chain. They took nine months to fix that bug.”

“They just stalled at every opportunity,” said Cernekee. “They assigned it to people who no longer work there. They made every excuse in the book to avoid taking down something that made Donald Trump look bad. And I saw a number of other incidents just like that.”

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