President Trump has just defined Dianne Feinstein for the history books.
The president rolled out the nickname “Sneaky Dianne” nickname for the California senator Wednesday morning for her role in publicly releasing transcripts of a Senate testimony from Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson.
The branding was an immediate hit, with Twitter users hurrying to comment on the Feinstein story with the “Sneaky Dianne” moniker.
A rare glimpse of Sneaky Dianne Feinstein in her natural habitat. pic.twitter.com/7Abx9uKAgM
— Heather Carlson (@Hezzah) January 10, 2018
The term was picked up and lauded by the president’s supporters.
Sneaky Dianne Feinstein is not looking at a very good day today. https://t.co/dDCn6dLe81
— Sarah (@BooBooNyc) January 10, 2018
Creative. Such brilliance is reflective of his pure genius.
— dill Crypto (@dmoaner) January 10, 2018
Funny. Last time I sent something out someone said her husband was an investment banker. Their money is in real estate investments?like the Clinton’s made theirs. Releasing #FusionGPS documents almost like she’s helping people get their stories lined up? #SneakyDianeFeinstein pic.twitter.com/gQhnXG58XD
— Lori Toney (@LJT_is_me) January 10, 2018
Others recommended their own nicknames for the long-time Democratic lawmaker.
Nickname Alert: Love Sneaky Dianne Feinstein… But I would have gone with “Wrinkly Diane Feinstein”
— Minnesota Patriot (@MinnPatriot) January 10, 2018
Dirty Diane would have been my suggestion.
— ?DianaMite? (@DianaMiteLady) January 10, 2018
President Trump has a history of engineering catchy nicknames for his political adversaries, including “Crooked Hillary” for Hillary Clinton and “Rocket Man” for North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
Has the president struck gold again with his latest linguistic “kill shot?” Weigh in below.