List of nicknames used by Donald Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump became widely known during the 2016 United States presidential election and his subsequent presidency for using nicknames to criticize[1] or otherwise express commentary about media figures, politicians, and foreign leaders.[2][3][4]

The list excludes commonly-used hypocorisms such as "Mike" for "Michael" or "Steve" for "Steven", unless they are original to Trump. Nicknames that Trump did not originate are annotated with footnotes.

The list also includes nicknames used by figures associated with Trump, and nicknames he has promoted via retweeting.

Domestic political figuresEdit

Nickname Real name Notes
Dumbo[5] Randolph "Tex" Alles Director of the United States Secret Service
Where's Hunter[6] Hunter Biden American lawyer and lobbyist who is the second son of former U.S. vice president Joe Biden
1%[7] / Basement[8] / Beijing[9] / China[10] / Corrupt[11] / Crazy[12] / Quid Pro[13] / Sleepy Joe[14] / Sleepy Creepy[15] / Slow Joe[16] / Joe Hiden[17] / O'Biden[18] Joe Biden 47th vice president of the United States; former U.S. senator from Delaware; former chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee; 2020 Democratic presidential nominee
Little Michael Bloomberg[19] / Mini Mike[20] / Mini Mike Bloomberg[21] Michael Bloomberg 108th Mayor of New York City; 2020 Democratic presidential candidate; CEO of Bloomberg L.P.
Da Nang Richard[22] / Da Nang Dick[23] Richard Blumenthal U.S. senator from Connecticut; 23rd attorney general of Connecticut
Mr. Tough Guy[24] John Bolton Former U.S. national security advisor and United States ambassador to the United Nations
Gov. Jerry "Moonbeam" Brown[25][a] Jerry Brown 34th and 39th governor of California; 31st attorney general of California; former secretary of state of California, 6th chair of the California Democratic Party
Bush Original[26] George H. W. Bush 41st president of the United States; 43rd vice president of the United States; former director of Central Intelligence
Low Energy Jeb[1] Jeb Bush 43rd governor of Florida; 2016 Republican presidential candidate
Alfred E. Neuman[27] / Boot-Edge-Edge[28][b] Pete Buttigieg Former mayor of South Bend, Indiana; 2020 Democratic presidential candidate
Sleepin' Bob Casey[29] Bob Casey U.S. senator from Pennsylvania
Wild Bill[30] Bill Clinton 42nd president of the United States; 40th and 42nd governor of Arkansas; 50th attorney general of Arkansas; former chair of the National Governors Association
Crazy[31] / Crooked[1][32] / Lyin'[33] / Heartless[34][35][36] / Skank[37][38] Hillary Clinton Former first lady of Arkansas; former first lady of the United States; former U.S. senator from New York; former U.S. secretary of state; 2016 Democratic presidential nominee
Sanctimonious[39] / Leakin'[40] / Lying[41] / Shady[42] / Slippery[30] / Slimeball[43] James Comey Former director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation fired by Trump; former United States deputy attorney general; former United States acting attorney general
Liddle' Bob Corker[1] Bob Corker Former U.S. senator from Tennessee; chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Lyin'[1] / Texas Ted[44] Ted Cruz Former solicitor general of Texas; U.S. senator from Texas; 2016 Republican presidential candidate
Sleepin' Joe[45] Joe Donnelly Former U.S. senator from Indiana; former member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Indiana
Dicky Durbin[46] Dick Durbin U.S. senator from Illinois; Senate Minority Whip and deputy senate Democratic leader
Leaking[47] / Sneaky[48] Dianne Feinstein Dianne Feinstein U.S. senator from California; former chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee; 38th mayor of San Francisco
Jeff Flakey[49] / Rejected Senator Jeff Flake[50] Jeff Flake Former U.S. senator from Arizona; former member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Arizona
Al Frankenstein[51] Al Franken Former U.S. senator from Minnesota
Rick Gates[52] Matt Gaetz U.S. Representative from Florida
Lightweight Senator Kirsten Gillibrand[53] Kirsten Gillibrand Junior United States senator from New York; 2020 Democratic presidential candidate
Monster [54][55] / Phony Kamala[56][57] Kamala Harris U.S. senator from California; 2020 Democratic presidential candidate; Democratic vice presidential nominee (as running mate of Joe Biden) in the 2020 U.S. presidential election
Puppet Jones[58][59] Doug Jones U.S. senator from Alabama
Corrupt Kaine[60] Tim Kaine U.S. senator from Virginia; running mate of Hillary Clinton in the 2016 U.S. presidential election
1 for 38 / 1 for 41 / 1 for 44[1][61][c] John Kasich 69th governor of Ohio; 2016 Republican presidential candidate; former U.S. representative from Ohio's 12th district
Snowman(woman)![62] Amy Klobuchar U.S. senator from Minnesota
Lamb the Sham[63]/ American Fraud[64] / Puppet for Nancy Pelosi[64] Conor Lamb Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania and Marine Corps veteran
Mad dog[d] / Moderate dog[65] James Mattis 26th secretary of defense
Evan McMuffin[66][67] Evan McMullin Former CIA operations officer; 2016 Independent presidential candidate
Fat Jerry[68] Jerry Nadler U.S. representative from New York's 10th congressional district; chair of the Committee on the Judiciary
Wacky Omarosa[69] / That dog[70] / Wacky and Deranged Omarosa[71] Omarosa Manigault Newman Former Apprentice contestant; aide to President Trump
Cheatin' Obama[72][46] Barack Obama 44th president of the United States, former U.S. senator from Illinois; former Illinois state senator
Eva Perón / Evita[73] Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez U.S. representative from New York
Foul Mouthed Omar[74] Ilhan Omar U.S. representative from Minnesota
Dummy Beto[75] / The Flailer[76] Beto O'Rourke Former U.S. representative from Texas; 2020 Democratic presidential candidate
Truly weird Senator Rand Paul[77] Rand Paul U.S. senator from Kentucky
High Tax, High Crime Nancy Pelosi[78] / Crazy[79] / MS-13 Lover[80] / Nancy[81] / Nervous[82] / Nancy Antoinette[83] Nancy Pelosi Speaker of the United States House of Representatives
Mike Pounce[84] Mike Pence 48th vice president of the United States
Wacky Jacky[85] Jacky Rosen U.S. senator from Nevada, former U.S. representative from Nevada's 3rd congressional district
Mr. Peepers[86] (denied by Trump)[87] Rod Rosenstein United States deputy attorney general
Little Marco / Liddle Marco[1] Marco Rubio U.S. senator from Florida; 2016 Republican presidential candidate; former speaker of the Florida House of Representatives
0% Tim Ryan[88] Tim Ryan U.S. representative from Ohio; 2020 Democratic presidential candidate
Basically Braindead Bernie[1] / Crazy Bernie[89] / The Nutty Professor[90] Bernie Sanders U.S. senator from Vermont; 2016 & 2020 Democratic presidential candidate
Little Ben Sasse[91] Ben Sasse U.S. senator from Nebraska
Shifty Schiff[92] / Adam Schitt[93] / Pencil Neck[94] / Liddle' Adam Schiff[95] / Sick Puppy[96] Adam Schiff U.S. representative for California's 28th congressional district; Chair of House Intelligence Committee; former California State Senator
Cryin’ Chuck[97] Chuck Schumer U.S. senator from New York and Senate Minority Leader
Crazy Arnold[98] Arnold Schwarzenegger 38th governor of California from 2003 to 2011; actor; former professional bodybuilder
Mr. Magoo[86] (denied by Trump)[87] Jeff Sessions 84th United States attorney general; former U.S. senator from Alabama; former attorney general of Alabama
Impeachment Tom[99] / Wacky[100] / Weirdo Tom Steyer[101] Tom Steyer Democratic activist and fundraiser; 2020 Democratic presidential candidate
Big Luther[102][e] Luther Strange Former U.S. senator from Alabama; 47th attorney general of Alabama
Goofy[103][104][34] / Uber Left Elizabeth Warren[105] / Pocahontas[1][106] / Fake Pocahontas[107] / The Indian[108] Elizabeth Warren U.S. senator from Massachusetts; former chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel; 2020 Democratic presidential candidate
Crazy[109] / Low-IQ Maxine Waters[110] Maxine Waters U.S. representative for California's 43rd congressional district; chair of the House Financial Services Committee
That woman from Michigan / Gretchen Half-Whitmer[111] Gretchen Whitmer 49th governor of Michigan
Wacky Congresswoman Wilson[1] Frederica Wilson U.S. representative for Florida's 24th congressional district

Foreign leadersEdit

Nickname Personal name Notes
Animal Assad[112] Bashar al-Assad President of Syria
Giuseppi[113] Giuseppe Conte Prime Minister of Italy
Duarte[114] Rodrigo Duterte 16th President of the Philippines
My favorite dictator[115] Abdel Fattah el-Sisi 6th president of Egypt
Britain Trump[116] Boris Johnson Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Trump of the Tropics[117] Jair Bolsonaro President of Brazil
Rocket Man / Little Rocket Man[1][118][119] Kim Jong-un Supreme Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Juan Trump[120][121] Andrés Manuel López Obrador President of Mexico
Mad Alex[122] Alex Salmond Former first minister of Scotland and Scottish independence supporter
Justin from Canada[123] Justin Trudeau 23rd prime minister of Canada

Media figuresEdit

Nickname Personal name Notes
Sloppy Steve[124] Steve Bannon 2016 Trump campaign CEO; former Trump administration White House chief strategist; executive chair of Breitbart News
Wacky Glenn Beck[1] Glenn Beck Talk show host
No Talent Samantha Bee[125] Samantha Bee Host of Full Frontal with Samantha Bee
Dopey CNN Flunky[126] Paul Begala American political consultant and political commentator; former political adviser to President Bill Clinton
Low I.Q. Crazy Mika[127] / Dumb as a Rock[1] Mika Brzezinski Co-host of Morning Joe
That guy on CBS[128] Stephen Colbert Host of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert; comedian
Fredo[129] Chris Cuomo Anchor, Cuomo Prime Time
Little Donny Deutsch[130] Donny Deutsch Talk show host
The Chin[131] Thomas Friedman Political commentator and columnist for The New York Times
Crooked H Flunkie[132] Maggie Haberman White House correspondent for The New York Times; CNN political analyst
Cutie Pie[133] Jonathan Karl ABC News White House correspondent
Crazy Megyn[1] Megyn Kelly Former Fox News anchor; former NBC News anchor/personality
Sour Lemon[134] Don Lemon CNN news anchor
Sloppy Michael Moore[135][f] Michael Moore Documentary filmmaker; progressive activist; author
Mr. Kurd[136] Rahim Rashidi Kurdish reporter for Kurdistan TV
Mr. Off the Record[137] Philip Rucker Reporter for The Washington Post
Morning Psycho[138] / Psycho Joe[1] Joe Scarborough Co-host of Morning Joe; former U.S. representative from Florida
Little George[139][58] / Little Wise Guy[140] George Stephanopoulos Chief anchor and chief political correspondent of ABC News; former White House Communications Director and senior advisor to President Bill Clinton
Sleepy Eyes[1][141] Chuck Todd Moderator of Meet the Press
Little Katy[142] Katy Tur Correspondent for NBC News
Mike Wallace wannabe[143] Chris Wallace Moderator of Fox News Sunday
Little Jeff Zucker[1] Jeff Zucker President of CNN Worldwide
Dopey Mort Zuckerman[144] Mortimer Zuckerman Media proprietor, investor, and owner of the New York Daily News

Groups of peopleEdit

Nickname Group members Notes
13 Hardened Democrats[145] / 13/17 Angry Democrats[146][147] / Angry Democrat Thugs[148] Attorneys working on Robert Mueller's investigation of potential ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. The press identified thirteen of the seventeen attorneys as either being registered to vote as Democrats, or as making contributions to Democratic candidates. Those not identified as such denote with a star().[145] It is unclear whether this was the criteria Trump used to distinguish 13 out of 17 individuals since Trump did not detail who are the thirteen individuals that he included in the nicknames.
AOC Plus 3[149][g] / The Squad[149][h] Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Ilhan Omar
Ayanna Pressley
Rashida Tlaib
Informal political grouping of four Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives elected in 2018
Hillary People[150] Supporters of Hillary Clinton, 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Trump's tweet about the FBI giving Andrew McCabe "text massages" to governmental authorities (e.g., Judicial Watch)
Obama Judges[151] / So-called judges[152] Federal judges of the United States who have ruled against Trump Judges who have overruled Trump's travel ban many times

Other peopleEdit

Nickname Personal name Notes
The Pakistani mystery man[153] Imran Awan Former IT specialist for Democratic lawmakers, including U.S. representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Jeff Bozo[154] Jeff Bezos Founder, chairman, CEO, and president of Amazon; richest person on Earth
Tim Apple[155] Tim Cook CEO of Apple
Marillyn Lockheed[156] Marillyn Hewson Former CEO of Lockheed Martin
Mr. Kellyanne Conway[157] / Moonface / Husband From Hell George Conway Attorney and husband of Kellyanne Conway. The "Mr. Kellyanne" nickname related to Conway's criticism of the appointment of Matthew Whitaker. The "Moonface" nickname responded to a video sponsored by The Lincoln Project.[158]
Dopey Mark Cuban[159] Mark Cuban American investor and television star
Punchy[160] Robert De Niro Actor, producer, and director
Sir Charles[161] Charles Goldstein Real estate lawyer; Holocaust victims advocate
Goofball Atheist Penn[162] Penn Jillette Magician; appeared on Donald Trump's show, The Apprentice, where he was fired; outspoken libertarian; skeptic; atheist


Nickname Official name Notes
Fake ABC News[163] ABC News News network
Clinton News Network[164] / Fake News CNN[165][i] / Fraud News CNN[166] / Low ratings CNN[167] / Very Fake News[168][i] CNN News channel (Cable News Network)
CON-Cast[169] / Concast[170] Comcast American telecommunications conglomerate
Democrat Party[171][j] / D.C. Wolves[172]/ Do Nothing Democrats Democratic Party (United States) American political party
MSDNC[173] MSNBC News channel
Corrupt New York Times[174] / Failing New York Times[1] / Old Grey Lady[175][k] The New York Times Newspaper
Amazon Washington Post[176] The Washington Post Newspaper

Television programsEdit

Nickname Official name Notes
Deface the Nation[177] Face the Nation A weekly talk show on CBS
Meet the Depressed[178] Meet the Press A morning talk show on NBC
Morning Joke[179] Morning Joe A daily talk show on MSNBC


Nickname Official name Notes
Ukraine Witch Hunt[180] Trump–Ukraine scandal A conversation between Trump and Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky where an intelligence analyst who listened in on the conversation blew the whistle and filed a complaint that Trump did something illegal
Mueller Collusion Delusion[181] Mueller Report The report issued by special counsel Robert Mueller on the Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 United States presidential election
Russia Collusion Delusion[182] Trump's alleged involvement in the Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections
Democrat Crazed and Irrational Hostility[183] / Presidential harassment[184] [l] / Trump derangement syndrome[185][m] Criticism of himself
A lynching[186] / Greatest Witch Hunt in American History[187] / Totally compromised kangaroo court[188] Donald Trump impeachment inquiry
The Age of Trump[189] The Trump presidency
Joe's Failing Campaign[190] Joe Biden's 2020 presidential campaign
Corrupt News Media[191] / Crooked[192] / Dishonest Press[193] / Fake News Media[194][195][i] / Lamestream Media[196] / Mainstream Fake Media[197] / Radical Left Wing Media[182] Mainstream media publications
China Virus[198][199] / Chinese Virus[200] / Invisible Enemy[201] / Kung Flu[202] / This Plague[203][204] / Plague from China[205] / Wuhan Virus[206] Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 Cause of the COVID-19 pandemic
Infected China[207] China Country in East Asia, where SARS-CoV-2 was first identified

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Brown has had the nickname "Moonbeam", coined by Mike Royko, since the 1970s, predating Trump's use of the nickname. See McKinley, Jesse (March 6, 2010). "How Jerry Brown Became 'Governor Moonbeam'". The New York Times.
  2. ^ Boot-Edge-Edge is a mnemonic aid that Pete Buttigieg used to help with the pronunciation of his last name. See Gabriel, Trip (March 28, 2019). "Pete Buttigieg (It's 'Boot-Edge-Edge') Is Making Waves in the 2020 Race". The New York Times.
  3. ^ The name was in reference to Kasich winning only one state during the Republican primaries.
  4. ^ "Mad dog" is not original to Trump. Mattis acquired that nickname during his service in the Marines. See Ward, Alex (September 18, 2018). "From 'Mad Dog' to "Democrat": How Defense Secretary Mattis lost Trump". Vox.
  5. ^ The nickname has been in use since at least 2010. During Strange's U.S. Senate campaign in 2017, Trump incorrectly implied that he was the first to use it.
  6. ^ The nickname was technically applied to Michael Moore's one person show
  7. ^ The nickname "AOC Plus 3" was originally coined by Laura Ingraham before Trump first used it days later. See Garcia, Victor (July 17, 2019). "Ingraham on AOC's America vs. Trump's". Fox News. Retrieved July 25, 2019.
  8. ^ The moniker "The Squad" originated in a November 2018 Instagram post by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and was used by the members of the group and the media before Trump used it. See ""The Squad": How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Pressley, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar got their nickname". CBS News. July 17, 2019. Retrieved July 17, 2019.
  9. ^ a b c Hillary Clinton has been credited with using the term "Fake News" prior to Trump. She was documented to have used the term on December 8, 2016, in what was believed to have been a reference to the Pizzagate conspiracy theory. Trump was documented to have first used the term on January 11, 2017. See Borchers, Callum (January 3, 2018). "How Hillary Clinton might have inspired Trump's 'fake news' attacks". Washington Post.
  10. ^ Not original to Trump. See the article Democrat Party (epithet) for more details about the use of the term as an epithet.
  11. ^ The nickname "Old Grey Lady" and variations have been used to describe the newspaper by various sources since the 1950s. See Dwilson, Stephanie Dube (September 16, 2019). "The 'Old Grey Lady' in Trump's Tweet Is an Old Nickname for the New York Times". Retrieved September 18, 2019.
  12. ^ Senator Mitch McConnell has been credited with coming up with this nickname. See Graham, David (January 3, 2019). "Trump's New Catchphrase Is an Attempt to Delegitimize Dissent". The Atlantic.
  13. ^ Not original to Trump, see article Trump derangement syndrome.


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