1. Law enforcement agency tasked with protecting the President of the United States and other high-level officials and their family members; 2. Agency that under Trump was overcharged at Trump properties, including food, room, and golf cart rentals, costing the taxpayers millions of dollars and directly lining Trump's pocket; 3. Agency with agents who ended up dating Donald Trump Jr's ex-wife, Vanessa, and Trump's daughter Tiffany; 4. Agency with agents who were routinely dismissed from the president's service for being labeled as overweight or too short for the detail; 5. Another name for what Stormy Daniels offered to Donald Trump.
1. Something that is larger than a "small league." See also: Bigly
Jun 3 Word of the Day
1. Statement made about Donald Trump by Ana Navarro, CNN political contributor, Republican, and co-host of The View; 2. Rhetorical question made after Trump retweeted a social media posting of himself assaulting a person with the CNN logo superimposed over their face, implying physical violence again the media and CNN specifically; 3. Question with the answer: As low as a call to hatred against mainstream media and any outlets that reported truthfully on him and his words. See also: Low Ratings CNN
1. The Washington Post is a leading national newspaper, based in Washington DC, and most notably remembered for its investigation into a corrupt and criminal presidential administration... and also for investigating Nixon; 2. Media outlet purchased by Amazon CEO Jeff "Bozo" Bezos in 2013; 3. Six-foot tall post you can now receive the next day with Prime Shipping.
1. Novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, was discovered in 2019 in the Wuhan province of China, and would eventually become one of the deadliest pandemics in a century, affecting every country, family, and person and leading to global lockdowns, mandates, economic collapse, job loss, supply shortages, and Zoom-fatigue; 2. Disease that will go away by April, when the weather gets a little warmer; 3. Virus that can be miraculously cured by hydroxychloroquine, chloroquine, azithromycin, or remdesivir* 4. Democratic and/or Chinese plot to make Donald Trump look bad; 5. Something that will get better after election day, November 4, 2020. 6. Illness contracted by Donald and Melania Trump in September, 2020; 7. Crisis that Donald Trump never took seriously, was unprepared for, and only cared about when it affected his ratings in the polls, all of which resulted in over 400,000 deaths in the United States by the time he left office in January of 2021. *Warning: do not use hydroxychloroquine, chloroquine, azithromycin, or remdesivir or any other cure recommended by Donald Trump. Side Effects include: vomiting, diarrhea, death, and an irrational belief that Bill Gates is microchipping vaccines.
"We have made tremendous progress with the China Virus, but the Fake News refuses to talk about it this close to the Election. COVID, COVID, COVID is being used by them, in total coordination, in order to change our great early election numbers. Should be an election law violation!" -Donald Trump, 2020
1. Second son of Donald Trump; 2. Often portrayed as being the dumbest son of Donald Trump; 3. Often portrayed correctly.
1. Trumpspeak for suspected 2. The type of insulation that was installed in Trump's childhood home and has been linked to cases of late onset brain damage.
1. Someone who is both very smart and very stable; 2. Donald Trump's claim about himself, which like most things he says is demonstrable false; 3. What Donald Trump repeats in the mirror to himself every morning.
"Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets have been mental stability and being, like, really smart. Crooked Hillary Clinton also played these cards very hard and, as everyone knows, went down in flames. I went from VERY successful businessman, to top T.V. Star to President of the United States (on my first try). I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius....and a very stable genius at that!" -Donald Trump, Tweeted January 2018
1. Rhetorical strategy, often used by Donald Trump, to trivialize the humanity, dignity, needs, or opinions of those with who he disagrees or dislikes by treating them as emotionless objects; 2. Similar to reification, which comes from the Latin res meaning "thing" and fication, a suffix related to facere, which means "to make;" 3. Trump's tendency to refer to people, especially women, as "it," rather than a gendered pronoun; 4. Voted the word that is "Most Fun to Say," but with the worst meaning.
1. Trump's nickname for Andrés Manuel López Obrador, President of Mexico; 2. The one Trump who never gets invited to family dinners because Ivanka thinks he might steal the silverware. See also: Mexico