President Donald Trump earned a nickname of his own after a bombshell The New York Times report revealed he once lost more money than any other American.
HBO “Real Time” host Bill Maher called Trump a “reverse billionaire” on Friday night and said Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) should call him “Brokeahontas.”
The president has nicknamed Warren “Pocahontas.”
— Bill Maher (@billmaher) May 11, 2019
The hashtag then trended worldwide on Twitter.
Here’s what some people were saying:
— MosesLaw (@tastysunshine73) May 11, 2019
— Marc Sussman (@MarcSussman5) May 11, 2019
#Brokeahontas Trump really is the biggest loser ever who convinced 63 million people to vote for him because of Fox News.
He is not really a Republican. He became one because their morals and ethics matched up, not their ideology
— Lou Tenore (@lou_tenore) May 11, 2019
Or you could just release your taxes.
— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) May 11, 2019
— Trust me (@sucha_moron) 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
— Harry Harper (@harryirish) May 11, 2019
— Sara Spector (@Miriam2626) May 11, 2019
Donald Trump stars as #Brokeahontas
— Terry Jones (@tdjones53) May 11, 2019
— Bloodbreastsbeasts (@SebastianCrow21) 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
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
— Eric Wolfson (@EricWolfson) May 11, 2019
Others pushed back on using the nickname.