Ahead of its social media summit Thursday afternoon, the White House printed and displayed several of President TrumpDonald John TrumpAmash responds to 'Send her back' chants at Trump rally: 'This is how history's worst episodes begin' McConnell: Trump 'on to something' with attacks on Dem congresswomen Trump blasts 'corrupt' Puerto Rico's leaders amid political crisis MORE’s tweets, as well as various definitions of words.

“Thanks — many are saying I’m the best 140 character writer in the world. It’s easy when it’s fun,” read one of Trump’s tweets from 2012.

Another was an unfinished tweet with the phrase “covfefe,” which went viral after Trump tweeted it last March. 

Also scattered around the White House were printed cards with definitions of words like “doxing,” which was defined as “publicly releasing private information for the purpose of harassment and/or the incitement of violence.”


Photos of the displays quickly gained attention on social media, with some users mocking the choice of tweets and words featured, as well as a few apparent misspellings.

The invite list for the social media summit included several controversial right-wing figures, including individuals who have been banned from platforms for violating their policies and who have alleged unfair treatment and liberal bias from Google, Facebook and Twitter.

Some GOP lawmakers, including Rep. Matt GaetzMatthew (Matt) GaetzMatt Gaetz hints prosecutor won't press charges against threatening caller for political reasons Hillicon Valley: Twitter says Trump 'go back' tweet didn't violate rules | Unions back protests targeting Amazon 'Prime Day' | Mnuchin voices 'serious concerns' about Facebook crypto project | Congress mobilizes on cyber threats to electric grid House and Senate head for showdown on must-pass defense bill MORE (Fla.) and Sen. Marsha BlackburnMarsha BlackburnSocial media summit highlights partisan approaches on tech Trump announces, endorses ambassador to Japan's Tennessee Senate bid Hillicon Valley: Trump rails against 'terrible bias' at White House social media summit | Twitter hit by hour-long outage | Google admits workers listen to smart device recordings MORE (Tenn.), have spoken out about their concerns over conservatives on social media.

Facebook and Twitter are among tech companies who weren’t invited to the event, which will feature remarks by Trump, an avid user of social media.