1. Anger from Donald Trump aimed at others and often done over petty remarks or perceived slights, typically from the media or other world leaders; 2. Anger most likely taken out on Twitter at 3 AM in the morning; 3. January 6th; 4. A 19-foot-high diaper-clad, mobile phone clutching 'Trump Baby' inflatable that protestors flew over London during the President's visit in July 2018; 5. Anger that can sometimes be calmed by people playing show tunes, especially Memory from the musical, Cats. See also: The Music Man
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. Garbled nonsense word that may or may not refer to the Internet; 2. According to Donald Trump, the cyber hacking of the Democratic National Committee was committed by China, or by Solar, or by the Democrats themselves or really anyone other than Russia.
1. Someone who is worth in excess one billion dollars. 2. Group of people that includes Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Mark Zuckerberg...; 3. Group of people that probably does not include Donald Trump. See also: Tax Returns
"I remember once my father and I were walking down Fifth Avenue and there was a homeless person sitting right outside of Trump Tower and I remember my father pointing to him and saying, 'You know, that guy has $8 billion more than me,' because he was in such extreme debt at that point, you know?" -Ivanka Trump, 2003
1. Description of the governing style of Donald Trump, by the author and historian, Timothy Snyder; 2. Coined during a discussion about the Mueller Investigation in 2018; 3. The way in which a ringmaster keeps order within a circus and keeps the crowd mystified as to how it is all done.
1. Derogatory name given to the Affordable Care Act by Republicans, it is a legislative act that represents the US health care system's most significant overhaul since the 1960's, and halved the uninsured population, increased coverage, and did away with discrimination base on preexisting conditions; 2. The most hated piece of legislation by Republicans and they attempted to repeal it dozens of times between 2011 and 2018; 3. An act that weakened under Trump through underfunding and non-supportive measures; 4. The last significant time was under Donald Trump who despite promising Repeal and Replace never put forth any legislation or even framework for what he believed should replace the ACA and continue to protect the healthcare of Americans; 5. An act which often prompts people to say, "Thanks Obama."
1. Secret or illegal act of conspiracy or cooperation, usually meant to cheat or deceive others; 2. Something Donald Trump absolutely in no way ever in-a-million-years, triple infinity, never did with Russia in order to win the 2016 elections. See also: Mueller Report
"There has been no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians or Trump and Russians. No collusion. When I watch you interviewing all the people leaving their committees, I mean, the Democrats are all running for office, trying to say this that, but bottom line, they all say there's no collusion. And there is no collusion." -Donald Trump, 2018
1. A moniker given to Trump voters by Hillary Clinton during the 2016 Presidential election; 2. Statement which man observers felt this was a contributing factor to her loss; 3. A moniker embraced by Trump voters; 4. The punk rock band who burned down a Hyatt Regional in Sandusky, Ohio in 1996
1. Small entity that has limited cognitive function and bowel control that is born to the Christian faith; 2. Adult who claims to be have recently accepted Christianity, despite being a serial adulterer, sinner, and idolater; 3. Moniker given to Donald Trump by evangelical conservative Christians as an excuse for voting for a candidate who is blatantly antithetical to all they purport to believe and hold morally sacred.
1. Legal court battles, of which Donald Trump is constantly engaged in; 2. Lawsuits against Trump include ones for: defamation, fraud, tax litigation, bankruptcy, class action investment fraud, misuse of Inauguration funds, incitement of January 6 attacks/riots, violation of the Klu Klux Klan Act; 3. Trump also has civil and criminal investigations into: campaign finance, misuse of charity funds, tax fraud, Scottish Unexplained Wealth Order, election influence; 4. Lawsuits also include multiple sexual assault and sexual harassment claims filed against Trump; 5. The subject of Trump's favorite threat to people; 6. May also refer to the dozens of failed lawsuits filed by the Trump Campaign to overturn the 2020 elections; 7. May also refer to the oversized suits and ties often worn by Donald Trump.