The best synonyms for ‘Trump’

We all know what Trump means.

He’s the president of the United States of America.

We know he’s an authoritarian.

We’ve seen his tweets.

We understand what his policies are.

But how did we know that the word ‘Trump’?

It’s a word that’s been in circulation for a very long time.

In the early 20th century, when the word was coined, it was used in the sense of “someone who was a fascist.”

Its first documented use came in 1919, in a New York newspaper called the New York Herald Tribune.

In 1922, the Daily Express published a piece titled “The American Mussolini,” which explained that the term meant someone who wanted to bring about a totalitarian state.

The paper noted that the first time the term was used was in 1884, when someone used the word in reference to Adolf Hitler, “the world’s most notorious fascist.”

It was originally used to describe an authoritarian leader.

In 1909, an editorial in the American Journal of Sociology called for the creation of a new word, “fascist,” to replace the word “fascism,” which had become synonymous with fascism in the U.S. It was only in the 1930s that it was finally replaced with “fascist.”

The word is now synonymous with everything from Nazi Germany to the KKK.

In 2018, the British government banned the use of the word because it “represents a racial slur and should not be used in any context.”

But it’s not just a racist slur.

The word itself is often used to refer to someone who is white or male, as well as people of color, LGBTQ people, Muslims, immigrants, and other groups.

There are numerous examples of people of different backgrounds using the word to describe themselves.

For example, one tweet in 2018 showed a woman using the term to describe a Black man she’d just met.

“I was in a Black neighborhood with a Black woman, and she asked me how I was doing,” she wrote.

“She said, ‘What are you doing?

You’re doing okay.

You’re not being racist.’

And she said, you’re white.”

She also used the term “blackface.”

Another person in 2018 shared a photo of a woman who said, “It was just blackface on white people.”

Another man tweeted, “I’m not going to use the word racist.

I don’t care what it is.

I’m not racist.

The white person called me racist today.

That’s racist.”

The term “fascist” came into use in the 1920s, as did the word the Nazis used to dehumanize the Jews.

In 1926, a man named Albert Schleicher wrote in a newspaper article about an upcoming exhibition of his art called “The Fascists,” in which he described a group of Nazi-style caricatures of Jewish people he painted.

He explained that he was drawing them to mock the Jews and to show how they were exploited.

The Nazis would use the term, as they did in the 20th Century, to describe those who opposed them.

The term was also used by the Ku Klux Klan in the 1960s.

And the term has been used by groups of people in the United Kingdom to describe people who are Muslims, LGBT people, undocumented immigrants, or other groups who are often discriminated against.

The American Nazi Party used the phrase to describe groups like Muslims, undocumented people, and Muslims who are Muslim.

In 2017, the Ku-Klux-Klan of North Carolina called for its members to wear masks and carry swastikas as a symbol of the party.

The KKK was also known to use terms to describe Jews and other minorities.

The Klan even used the slur “white trash” to describe immigrants who were perceived as being lazy and undesirable.

And a KKK member in 2014 wrote on Facebook, “The word white trash means the people who don’t want to assimilate.

So, the only way to go about this is to call them white trash.

The only way you can get your point across is by calling them the white trash.”

It’s not surprising that the Nazis and the KKK used the same term to refer specifically to Jews.

They did so to describe other groups, including the Black Panthers and the Black Liberation Army.

The same term has also been used to denigrate immigrants in the UK.

And, in the 1990s, a British man named Mark Bridgeman used the label to describe the Jews who were trying to leave Britain.

Bridgemen argued that the Jewish people had been “fleeing to Israel,” and he wanted to use that as a metaphor for the Jews in Britain.

He was later arrested and charged with racially aggravated assault, which carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.

The phrase “fascist Trump” is the same as the term the Nazis called for people to use in Nazi Germany, as the New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza reported in March 2018.

In 2016, the Associated Press reported that “a leading white nationalist group is urging supporters to ‘