As we learned this week thanks to a story from the New York Times on tax returns shared with the newspaper, President Donald Trump isn’t a great businessman. Instead, he’s a fraud and con man who managed to lose over a billion dollars between 1985 and 1994.
Since Trump is so fond of giving others nicknames, it seems only fitting that the top trending hashtag on Twitter Saturday was #Brokeahontas, a brilliant take on the derogatory title that he gave to Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA).
That nickname for Trump came from Bill Maher, the host of the HBO show “Real Time.”
— Bill Maher (@billmaher) May 11, 2019
Comments on the Trump and the hashtag trended to the head of the pack worldwide and drew some appropriate comments:
— MosesLaw (@tastysunshine73) May 11, 2019
— McSpocky™ ?? (@mcspocky) May 11, 2019
Looks to see why #Brokeahontas is trending….laughs ass off, then promptly loads a fat bong rip… ??????
— PositivePyramids (@PositivePyrami1) May 11, 2019
Finally Trump has a nickname to go with his broke ass #Brokeahontas
— MG ? ?️? ? (@FeministRocks) May 11, 2019
— Wee Little Balloon Man (@SebastianCrow21) May 11, 2019
What’s even better than that first cup of Java in the morning? Checking out twitter and finding the perfect nickname for the LOSER in chief is trending. #Brokeahontas
— Sonja J. Rideout (@777sjr) May 11, 2019
Who were the Republicans?
When I was young, they were the second largest political party in America
What happened to them?
A con artist named Donald Trump. He told 10,000 lies
Was that the man called #Brokeahontas?
Yes the GOP fell for his scams
They were dumb
— Tomi T Ahonen (@tomiahonen) May 11, 2019
I’ve always been adamantly opposed to any democratic challenger stooping to grade school name calling like @realDonaldTrump but-just read @billmaher’s suggestion of @SenWarren calling trump #Brokeahontas and I think he would be COMPLETELY SHOOK by that.#WeKnowYouAreBroke
— Amy Hess (@amyhess) May 11, 2019
Here’s a suggestion: Let’s all send one tweet to Trump using the hashtag #Brokeahontas and see how long it takes before he goes on an extended Twitter rant.
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