President Donald Trump believes that he's owed two additional years to serve as president of the American people because, by his measure, the first two years of his presidency were shrouded in controversy that he believes has finally come to a close following special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.

It was originally conservative religious leader Jerry Falwell Jr. who tweeted out that he only now supports "reparations" because Trump had his time stolen from him by a "corrupt failed coup."

Donald Trump would take to the platform to co-sign the idea of his presidency being stolen from him, only he made the discreet mistake of adding an extra letter to create the word "stollen." Why does this matter? Well,  the Internet had a bit of fun with this one reviving the energy surrounding the "covfefe" uproar.

"Despite the tremendous success that I have had as President, including perhaps the greatest ECONOMY and most successful first two years of any President in history, they have stollen two years of my (our) Presidency (Collusion Delusion) that we will never be able to get back," wrote Trump in a message that has amassed nearly 20,000 retweets in just under 5 hours.

Eerily, Donald Trump's sentiments arrive just a day after the New York Times published a report in which house speaker Nancy Pelosi expressed her concerns in which she believed Donald Trump would not relinquish power if he were to lose the White House by a narrow margin in 2020.