A shop that offered coffee and gifts in support of President Donald Trump has closed.

Covfefe Coffee and Gifts at 325 Old County Road in Rockland closed Nov. 4, the day following the election in which the incumbent Republican president was defeated by Democrat Joe Biden.

The building has been for sale for five years. Jestin and Carrie Merchant opened the coffee shop earlier this year.

The Merchants purchased the property through their limited liability company 325 Old County Road LLC in 2011. The property had previously been the home of Dean's Flower Shop.

The name Covfefe comes from a misspelling by President Trump in a 2017 tweet, where the word was supposed to be "coverage." A Covfefe brand of coffee has been created since then with a logo "Making Coffee Great."

The building was rented out during the past decade to multiple businesses, including Snapdragons Flowers and Gifts and Hops and Chops.

In the 2020 presidential election, Knox County overwhelmingly backed Biden 15,019 to 9,995 with third-party candidates collecting slightly more than 500 votes. In 2016, Democrat Hillary Clinton also received more votes than the Republican nominee.

An email was sent Nov. 9 to the email address on the former coffee shop's Facebook page. There was no response as of Nov. 10.